Tag: Mental health

Should Teens Wait to Date?

Should Teens Wait to Date?

Think of high school romance: Images come to mind of the school dance, with lucky couples clinging to one another — and having all the fun — on the dance floor. Dejected singletons sit it out on the sidelines, feeling sorry for themselves. Right? The reality of teen dating may be very different, according to a recent study...

Depression During Quarantine: 13 Mental Health Tips from Therapists

Depression During Quarantine: 13 Mental Health Tips from Therapists

If you’re currently feeling worried or uncertain at the moment, you’re not alone. The outbreak of the coronavirus (Covid-19) is now in more than 100 countries including the U.S. School closures, work-from-home mandates, and other government restrictions that have dramatically put a halt to “normal” life. Now, the new normal is “social distancing” and being...

How Social Distancing Can Make or Break Your Relationship

How Social Distancing Can Make or Break Your Relationship

The past few weeks have been a blur of change, disruption, and, for many, anxiety. While governments and the medical community have been responding to the spread of the novel strain of coronavirus, COVID-19, families have adjusted to their new normal for the foreseeable future—and couples, who were once stretched thin on finding quality time...

5 Ways to Guard Your Mental Health During the COVID-19 Outbreak

5 Ways to Guard Your Mental Health During the COVID-19 Outbreak

These are challenging times for our mental and emotional well-being. The stress and uncertainty of the COVID-19 outbreak have been difficult enough, and now the social distancing requirements have led to profound changes in our daily routines. You may be feeling the strain already—personally, it only took about two days before the stress and disruption led to tension...

Signs You’re in a Toxic Relationship

Signs You’re in a Toxic Relationship

It’s normal for relationships to be challenging. But when they exceed a certain level of stress, they negatively impact every aspect of your life: your business, your friendships, your health, even your mental stability. One study shows that staying in a bad marriage can raise your stress level to the point where you’re more likely to get...

6 Ways to ‘Quiet’ Your Brain and Live Longer

6 Ways to ‘Quiet’ Your Brain and Live Longer

Everyone wants to stay mentally sharp as they get older — and it stands to reason that one way to do this is to maintain an active brain. But new research suggests that less may be more when it comes to your brain activity. In a studyTrusted Source published in the medical journal Nature, researchers from Harvard...

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