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Finding Meaning During Times of Grief

When you lose someone or even something you love, it can be difficult to find meaning or purpose for why the loss occurred. More people have struggled with such things over the last year and a half due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, people who have died who were in great health or too young

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Covid-19 Anxiety is Real. Here’s How to Cope With it

The COVID-19 pandemic might be easing its grip on the world, but the mental health issues it’s caused are genuine. Unfortunately, they’re also still very present for many people. As a society, we’ve had to live over a year with this pandemic. Throughout that time, advice has changed. Restrictions have gone into place. They’ve been

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How to Help Your Child Transition Back into School Post Pandemic

School is just around the corner for most kids. While that typically means things like back-to-school shopping and getting supplies ready, there are some added things to think about this year. Last year, most schools across the country switched to virtual/remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some schools had their own online portals, and

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5 Ways Positive Thinking Will Change Your Life

You’ve probably heard of the “power of positive thinking” before. But it’s easy to ignore an idea that sounds too good to be true. After all, you can’t really change your life by just changing your outlook, right? Wrong. To see how impactful positive thinking is, you first have to look at your negative thinking.

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Covid Anxiety Syndrome Explained and What You Can Do

The COVID-19 pandemic might be nearing an end. But, the mental health effects caused by the pandemic continue to linger – and may cause issues for years. This pandemic was unlike anything most of us have ever seen before. Because of the fast-paced, technology-forward world we’re living in, it received endless media attention. It was

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Routine and Bipolar Disorder: Why it’s so Important

Having structure and a regular routine is important for everyone. When it comes to your mental health, the way you structure your days is crucial. It helps to reduce stress and makes your life feel more comfortable. Having a routine can also give you stability and promote your overall well-being. For people with bipolar disorder,

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