6 Tips for Managing Major Life Transitions

6 Tips for Managing Major Life Transitions

Change can produce tremendous growth in us, but the season of stretching is often painful. Sometimes the changes are rooted in something positive, like the birth of a child, a home purchase, a planned retirement, or a child going away to college or getting married....
TMS vs. Inpatient Mental Health Treatment

TMS vs. Inpatient Mental Health Treatment

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive form of brain stimulation often recommended to patients who have treatment-resistant depression. Some people respond to TMS and find relief from depression—others do not. Everyone, though, can find immediate...
Do Anxious Feelings Mean I Have an Anxiety Disorder?

Do Anxious Feelings Mean I Have an Anxiety Disorder?

It’s normal to feel anxious at times, particularly during stressful situations. But how do you know if your everyday worries are a sign of something more serious? Ask yourself these five questions to get a better idea of where you land on the worry vs. anxiety...
Lies You Believe When You’re Depressed

Lies You Believe When You’re Depressed

When you’re dealing with depression, it’s easy to fall prey to lies telling you you’re not good enough and that your life is not worthwhile. These lies weigh you down, anchoring you to a false view of yourself and the world around you. Take a look at some of the...
How Did the Pandemic Affect Your Mental Health?

How Did the Pandemic Affect Your Mental Health?

Here’s a sobering statistic from the World Health Organization (WHO)—in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, global prevalence of anxiety and depression increased by 25%. While this fact is distressing, it’s not that surprising. The pandemic has upended so many...