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  • 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.
  • The Facts about Post-Grad Depression

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on October 28 2019

    The Facts about Post-Grad Depression
    Everybody knows that getting a college degree is an extremely stressful task. Between the exams and the papers and trying to maintain a personal life, it’s no surprise that nearly fifty percent of college students are suffering from anxiety and depression. But, what about those who continue to suffer after the cap and gown come off? 
  • 10 Steps to Surviving a Social Media Detox

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on October 21 2019

    10 Steps to Surviving a Social Media Detox
    Social media can be an amazing tool to help you stay connected with your loved ones and keep up to date on the world around you. But spending too much time behind the screen can take a toll on your mental and physical health by causing depression, social anxiety, stiff necks, and insomnia. Taking a social media detox is a great way to recharge your mind and body by taking a break from all the likes and late-night scrolling. If you’re looking for a binge break, here are some tips to help you get started.
  • How Setting Boundaries can Help you Relax

    Stephanie Tuba

    Posted on September 16 2019

    How Setting Boundaries can Help you Relax
    While this may not be the time of year you want to hear it, we all need to relax more. With everyone working more, tragedies happening all around the world that impact us deeply, and everything else we juggle day-to-day in life, it's no wonder we're all exhausted and sleepless. Yet, for the benefit of our overall wellbeing, it's important to sit back, relax, and not do so much anymore. But where do you start? It can begin with one small thing – setting boundaries. Here are a few places to start:

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