Work/Life Balance Tips for Workaholics

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Are you struggling to balance your work and personal life? Nearly half of working Americans (48%) consider themselves workaholics. Working from home further blurs the line between work and family, making it difficult to be productive in either setting. These work/life balance tips for workaholics can help you make the most of your time. Create … Read more

Executive Function Coaching for Brain Fog

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Do you experience mental delays throughout the day? This could be anything from forgetting essential tasks to not remembering what you’re doing at the moment. Brain fog is prevalent in high-stress environments and can drastically influence your ability to function. This guide will explore how executive function coaching can alleviate brain fog symptoms. What Are … Read more

Dyslexia FAQs: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

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Dyslexia is the most prevalent learning disability among children and adults. It impacts school and daily life, often in unexpected ways. This comprehensive guide explains what dyslexia is, how its diagnosed, and how to pursue dyslexia treatment. What Is Dyslexia? Dyslexia is a learning disability that affects a person’s ability to read, interpret letters and … Read more

Stress Management Tips for Parents

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Parenting is a stressful job. You’re on call 24 hours a day, and you still have to manage the rest of your life around your kids’ needs. Approximately 7.5 million adults with depression have kids living with them at home, and 15 million children live with at least one depressed adult in the house. Stress, … Read more

Helping Your Child Handle School Anxiety

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School is back in session and so is school anxiety. Many students are transitioning to in-person schooling still with a mix of virtual learning. They have limited social skills, and they’re scared of the unknown. Can you blame them? School anxiety from the COVID era was inevitable, but it doesn’t have to be unbearable. There … Read more

How to Prepare for Seasonal Depression 

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a common experience in fall and winter. The cold weather, limited sunlight and holiday stress create the perfect recipe for mental health trouble. If you’re worried about the cold months ahead, this guide can help you prepare in advance. What Causes Seasonal Depression? Seasonal depression is primarily caused by a … Read more

How to Fix Brain Fog

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Do you feel like your brain isn’t firing on all cylinders right now? Are you easily confused or frustrated because you’re having a hard time processing information? These are common indicators of brain fog. We can’t promise to cure your brain fog overnight, but we can help you navigate your frustrations and potentially get back … Read more

How Autism Is Diagnosed

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Not sure if your child has autism spectrum disorder? Think you may have autism as an adult, but you’ve never officially been diagnosed? A professional evaluation will answer all of your questions and jumpstart your journey toward autism treatment and management. Check out this guide to learn how autism is diagnosed. Average Age for Autism … Read more

Plan the Perfect Mental Wellness Staycation

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Take a vacation? In this economy? Psssssssssh, please. A weekend beach getaway might not be in the cards right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your time off. In fact, a staycation may be the perfect opportunity to boost your mental health and reignite your motivation. Here are some tips for planning a … Read more

25 Weeks to Better Mental Health – Mental Health Awareness Calendar

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we want to celebrate it by jumpstarting your mental health journey. There are tons of 30-day mental health calendars online, but the reality is, progress takes more than a month. It may take you months or even years to truly cope with your stresses, struggles and past trauma. … Read more