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  • 5 Tricks to Managing Your Everyday ADHD
     by Jessica Pinkham If you’re an adult struggling to cope with ADHD, everyday life can present you with various challenges. You may have difficulty managing work and personal relationships, meeting Read more
  • Mental Exercises to Help Athletes “Get in the Zone”
    By: Jessica Pinkham For many athletes, being “in the zone” is an immersive moment of super productivity; a type of tunnel vision, where one is hyper-focused on something to become our Read more
  • How Focusing on Your Faith Can Help with Depression & Anxiety
    It has long been believed that having faith is key to getting through some of life’s greatest challenges. A spiritual practice can often give people the strength and confidence to Read more
  • How to Ask for Help in Times of Need
    You probably remember a time in school or out shopping when you wanted to ask for help, but stopped yourself. You might have even had a prompt from the teacher: Read more
  • 3 Busted Myths About Recovering Addicts
    Addiction is complex. And because of this complexity, there tend to be a lot of opinions, and yes, even myths surrounding it. In my practice, I have spoken to many addicts and loved Read more
  • 3 Things Happy People Do Differently
    Do a search right now on Amazon books on the topic of “Happiness” and you will be returned page after page of titles, all claiming to have the secret to Read more
  • 4 Everyday Exercises to Manage Your Anger
    Unless you’re a Tibetan monk, surrounded by nothing but other peaceful Tibetan monks, chances are you run into people and events that make you plain ol’ angry sometimes. And that’s Read more
  • What Postpartum Depression Can Feel Like
    It’s a few days after you’ve given birth, the celebratory phone calls are still coming in all you feel is sadness all the way down to your gut. Although the Read more
  • Is Meditation for Me?
    As beautiful and joyous as life can be, it can also be plain ol’ stressful. Whether it’s hefty mortgage payments, killer commutes, or bosses who don’t give us the credit Read more
  • Keys to Successful Therapy
    Cognitive therapy has been shown over the years to be incredibly effective at helping people recognize and change their behaviors. But, as much potential as therapy has for every individual, Read more
  • 5 Free Ways to Improve Your Mental Health
    When we talk about our mental health, we’re talking about much more than a clinical diagnosis. Your mental health also refers to your psychological well-being. Having a healthy psychological well-being Read more
  • The Amazing Benefits of Meditation
    There are plenty of things that occur in our daily lives that cause us stress: commuter traffic, hassles at work, and tension in our personal relationships to name just a Read more
  • 3 Ways to Minimize Seasonal Depression
    Seasonal depression, also known as Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD for short, is a form of depression that typically impacts people during the winter months, when exposure to sunlight and Read more
  • What is Trauma and What Causes it?
    Most of us won’t get through life without our fair share of stress and heartache. But some people experience not just stress, sadness or grief, but actual trauma. This can Read more
  • How to Manage Emotional Eating
    People use different coping strategies when dealing with stress and other overwhelming emotions. Some people use substances such as drugs and alcohol, some smoke cigarettes, and some charge a lot Read more
  • 10 Signs You Might Be a “Highly Sensitive Person”
    Are you a highly sensitive person (HSP)? If so, you’re not alone. It is estimated that roughly 15 to 20 percent of the population is highly sensitive. In fact, scientists Read more

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