We’re only a few days out from Election Day, and the stress and anxiety levels are at an all-time high for a lot of people. We’ve got to prepare ourselves mentally for Election Day and the days after since many experts are saying we won’t get results until later. And of course, we’ll need to get our mindsets in a good place for the outcome, no matter what happens.
The holidays are right around the corner. For some people, this is exciting news, while for others, the holidays can be downright stressful. What is it about this season that can create so much tension? Meghan Watson, a registered psychotherapist, has tips that can help.
If you’re feeling mentally and physically exhausted 24/7, you may have high-functioning anxiety. Learn the signs and symptoms and how you can handle them.
World Mental Health Day is October 10! I’m sharing 3 tips for prioritizing your mental health this weekend.
Turns out, working through all that mental and emotional trauma can absolutely take a physical…
I had the opportunity to sit down for a virtual chat with Anna Jones, co-founder of Allbright, a business that supports women at all stages of their careers. Together we discussed how to navigate and adapt to transition in times of uncertainty, as part of their “Making it Work” series.
Whether working from home is new to you or it was part of your routine far before Covid turned our lives upside down, we can all agree that the WFH lifestyle comes with both benefits and challenges.
They say when you know better, you do better. I was in a toxic relationship; all the red flags and warning signs were there, yet I ignored them all.
“You have to be optimistic. You have to make a conscious choice to think and believe that things can be better — that things are going to be better.”
“I think that as a Black woman myself, I have had to learn that I don’t need anybody else to place any value on me or tell me that I’m important. That has to come from within,” she said. — Nina Westbrook, LMFT, Entrepreneur