Therapist Nina Westbrook, LMFT, founder of conversation card game Do Tell!, cites a couple societal factors that have pulled us away from deep social connection. “One is the continued rise of digital communication,” she says. “While cell phones and social media have enhanced the ease with which we can all communicate with one another, they can also hinder the development of more profound, in-person connections.”
Explore risk factors and warning signs around suicide, and some steps you can take if you or someone you know is at risk.
We are honored and thrilled to feature the ultimate boss woman, the incredible co-founder of The HuffPost, founder of Thrive and author of fifteen books (yes, you heard that right!) Arianna Huffington! We welcome Arianna to the Bene by Nina blog today to discuss how she addressed gender bias + inequality and the role of wellness in the workplace.
Happy Pride Month! It’s the time of year when we honor those who came before us, reflect on how far we have come, and celebrate the incredible accomplishments of the LGBTQ+ community!
I am so delighted to welcome Author, podcaster, 2x grammy nominated, and Dove award-winning singer/songwriter/producer, Jamie Grace! Jamie has Anxiety, Tourette, OCD, and ADHD, and everything she creates as an independent artist is through the lens of finding joy, even when it seems impossible. In this pursuit, Jamie has written a book titled Finding Quiet: […]
Friendships are essential to our mental health and wellness. Learn why and read tips for strengthening your friendships.
Get to know Nadine Fonseca, CEO and co-founder of Mighty Kind an anti-bias education company empowering children everywhere to celebrate diversity and build a kinder world.
There is so much uncertainty wrapped up in adolescence and that can cause teens to question their worthiness and capacity to navigate everyday life. Though parents may not be able to control a child’s confidence, we can establish healthy family patterns and powerful communication practices that encourage teens to love themselves as they navigate life’s ups and downs.
Minaa B teaches others how to cultivate self-care and self-advocacy. We explore these passions as well as how boundaries and community care support a collective healing through this conversation meant to inspire you to check in, both with yourself and with the world around you.