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85 Deep Questions To Ask Friends That Will Make Your Connections Feel Way Tighter

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.”

Therapist Nina Westbrook Shares Advice For World Mental Health Day

Yolanda Baruch via Forbes In honor of World Mental Health Day – “a day that spotlights an opportunity for people and communities to unite behind the theme Mental health is a universal human right to improve knowledge, raise awareness, and drive actions that promote and protect everyone’s mental health as a universal human right,” according to the World […]

Why We Should All Say “NO” More

Saying “no” can be difficult for many of us, especially when we’re feeling pressured to say “yes” to requests or invitations from others. However, learning to say “no” can have numerous mental health benefits. Join us as we explore some of these benefits, along with some tips for how you can start saying “no” more often.

What Are the Signs Someone I Love May Be Experiencing Sexual Violence and What Can I Do To Help?

In honor of the International Day For The Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, we’re sharing some signs that your loved one may be experiencing sexual violence.  Sexual violence is a serious and widespread issue that can affect anyone, regardless of their age, gender, or sexual orientation. It's a difficult topic to discuss, and many people may not know how to recognize signs that someone they know may be experiencing sexual violence.

A Little Reminder: You Need 7 Types of Rest

Before you get tired just thinking about the rest you’re not getting, it might be helpful to understand more about the different types of rest, so you can give yourself permission to “get busy resting.” Even if it’s only a few minutes throughout the day, your body, mind and spirit will thank you for a mini recharge. Good news — it’s easier than you think to get more rest once you recognize how many ways you can.