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  • Adult ADHD and Executive Dysfunction

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on March 02 2020

    Adult ADHD and Executive Dysfunction
    ADHD and executive dysfunction often go together – especially for those with the inattentive type of ADHD.  This affects crucial self-management skills such as awareness, memory, and planning, making it difficult to start or complete tasks, remain organized, and effectively manage time. If you suffer from ADHD, these behaviors may sound familiar already.
  • Four Free Apps that Promote Healthy Habits

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on December 23 2019

    Four Free Apps that Promote Healthy Habits
    It’s no secret that too much screen time is a poor habit on its own. In fact, one survey found that over 80% of people worldwide claimed that they couldn’t bare to go without their phones for a single day! However, there really is an app for everything these days – and that includes promoting healthier habits. When used appropriately and in moderation, these awesome (and free!) apps can help you stay on top of your health and personal goals. 
  • How to Deal with Seasonal Depression

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on December 02 2019

    For most people, Fall and Winter is a cherished time marked by holidays, comfy sweaters, and pumpkin spice lattes. For some, however, it means dealing with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), a type of depression that coincides with shorter and colder days, that can leave you feeling hopeless and lethargic. 
  • 4 Simple Grounding Exercises You Can Do Anytime

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on November 11 2019

    4 Simple Grounding Exercises You Can Do Anytime
    Grounding is the process of managing anxiety by focusing on physical occurrences. The theory behind grounding is that by bringing your attention to things that are actually happening, you should be able to tune out negative or worrisome thoughts. One of the most common forms of this is meditation, a practice which involves being in a quiet place – often alone – and calming the mind by focusing on breathing or other physical sensations. This may seem like an impossible feat if you are in a situation where you’re feeling overwhelmed in a place that is public or noisy. However, there are several grounding exercises that can be done anywhere, anytime you feel the need to take a break and clear your head.
  • 5 Ways to Feel at Home in your New Home

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on October 14 2019

    5 Ways to Feel at Home in your New Home
    Did you know that moving is considered to be one of life's most stressful moments? It's right up there with heartbreak and starting a new job. If you are moving this weekend, I've probably made you feel a whole lot worse. Yet, even though it is incredibly difficult to move, it can also be hard to feel "at home." So, as you move in the last box into your new digs, here are a few ways you can make yourself feel right at home. 

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