The holidays often bring about stress, depression, anxiety, and other emotions that may leave you feeling not as joyful as you think you should be. It’s okay to experience these feelings.
Oftentimes, the holidays remind us of loved ones who have passed or of seemingly happier times, which can cause us to feel sadness or a bit of depression. More often than not, family can bring about many of these emotions and leave you feeling depressed or stressed.
There are two things to remember about the holidays: help is available and it’s only a day. Watch the video below for more helpful tips for the holidays!
PMDD is characterized by severe, cyclical mood changes prior to menstruation, typically the worst 3-4 days before to the first day of menstruation and can last up to a week. In addition to the mood changes there are cognitive and physical symptoms as well.
There is nothing permanent except change- wise words from a Greek philosopher. We all know this to be true yet we struggle with change and transitions just the same. What is it about change that is so hard?
Dialectical Behavior Therapy, or DBT, has become a popular psychotherapy treatment model over the last few years as more people are becoming aware of it’s benefits. However, that increase in popularity has also led to some confusion and misconceptions
Stress can be a part of everyday life. We often deal with stress at home, at work, with friends, when we travel, at school, etc and we often get worried about our past and our future. Here are 5 techniques to reduce stress with the help of your five senses