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Managing Stress at the Beginning of the School Year

Both adults and children face stress at the beginning of the school year. This is because there are so many things that must be done. It’s quite common for you and your children to want to avoid things like classwork, homework, and social pressure. However, if you don’t deal with your stress it’ll negatively impact… Read more »

Coping With Work-Related Stress

Regardless of what line of work you’re in, workplace demands are commonplace. Making it through days that are filled with work-related stress makes it tempting to reward yourself with food, alcohol, or something similar. Occasionally, this is fine but when you do so nightly, it takes a toll on your mental health – which is… Read more »

How Your Pet Helps Improve Your Health and Well-Being

Pets can be very beneficial to your mental health and well-being. It’s no wonder that over 65% of homes in America own a pet with cats and dogs being the most popular pets to own. These pets provide great company, offer unconditional love, and teach us how to be compassionate. There are also a multitude… Read more »

Sugar And Your Mental Health Make For A Lethal Combination

Stress causes many of us to turn to sugar as a treat. However, there’s evidence that this has a negative impact on our mental health. In fact, the Scientific Reports Journal recently conducted a study that was published in Medical News Today showing that sugar leads to a higher risk for depression, especially when consumed… Read more »