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5 Signs It’s Time to Break Up with Your Therapist

Deciding to work with a therapist is one of the best decisions you can make when dealing with a mental health crisis. Whether you’re experiencing grief from a sudden loss, battling an eating disorder, or want to learn how to better engage with your children, a trained therapist can help you process emotions and offer tools for healthy relationships.But not...[ read more ]

3 Toxic Strategies Manipulators Use to Control Their Victims

The relationships in our lives are supposed to bring us support, comfort, and joy. But if you’ve ever been in a relationship with a manipulative individual, whether that relationship is familial, romantic, or platonic, you know the relationship typically results in stress and anxiety, not joy and comfort.When we’re first in these relationships, we don’t realize the other person is...[ read more ]

3 Types of Common Headaches and How Chiropractic Can Help

There’s almost nothing worse than getting a headache and having it stay put. Just try and get your to-do list accomplished with a constant throbbing, splitting headache. It’s not fun.While all headaches are a real pain, they aren’t all equal. The cause, duration, and intensity of the pain can vary significantly. Also, while some headaches are completely benign, although bothersome,...[ read more ]

Mental Health Habits for 2021

We live in a society that seems obsessed with physical health and weight loss. A majority of people have tried one or more diets to lose weight. People join gyms, juice, and take supplements, all in an effort to optimize their physical health.Sadly, most people don’t give their mental health a second thought.The problem is, no matter how good you...[ read more ]

3 Roadblocks to BIOPC and Mental Health

If you belong to the BIOPC community and suffer from poor mental health, you’re not alone. In the United States, there are over 15 million indigenous people and people of color that report struggling with mental health issues. Sadly, these people often face roadblocks to seeking the help they need.1. It’s Seen as a StigmaVery often people in the BIOPC...[ read more ]

September is National Suicide Prevention Month

According to a report released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide was the tenth leading cause of death overall in this country, claiming more than 47,000 people’s lives in 2019. In fact, there was nearly double the rate of suicides that year as homicides (19,141).Suicide prevention is an incredibly important agenda, and the reason Lifeline and other...[ read more ]

Finding a Therapist That Accepts Your Insurance

Therapy is a powerful and effective way of helping you manage and alleviate the painful emotional and mental issues you may be dealing with. But it can be challenging to find a therapist that takes your insurance. Usually, it will require a person to do some research and legwork. And that can feel completely overwhelming if you are trying to...[ read more ]

3 Foods That Help with Menstrual Cramps (And 3 To Stay Away From)

When it’s “that time of the month,” do you experience intense cramping? If so, you might be like a lot of other women who turn to over-the-counter medications for pain relief. But OTC pain relievers often come with nasty side effects such as indigestion and even ulcers. A far more natural way to deal with period cramping is through diet.Here...[ read more ]

How Anger Affects the Family

As young people, we learn to interact with others based on how our family members interact with each other. Once these communication patterns become established in our young minds, it’s hard to change them as adults. This means that any relational patterns that include angry outbursts or aggressive behaviors are apt to appear in our relationships later in life.Does My...[ read more ]

Benefits of Co-Parenting (And How to Do It)

When two people decide to separate or divorce, the first question they usually must answer is, “What’s best for the children?” Well, according to the Third International Conference on Shared Parenting, co-sponsored by the National Parents Organization and the International Council on Shared Parenting, children need both parents in their life, no matter how those two adults feel about each...[ read more ]



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