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Lean on Me: Why People with a Mental Health Crisis Need a Support Network

Human beings have a need for social connection. It stems from our ancestors needing to stick together to stay alive. Back in the day, those individuals who strayed from the group had a harder time surviving the elements and not starving to death.While it is far safer to be an individual these days, that doesn’t mean it is healthy for...[ read more ]

Want to Get Healthy? Try a Meal Delivery Service

If you’re like a lot of people, you’ve tried every diet known to man in an effort to get healthy and lose weight. But at the end of the day, none really got you the results you wanted.It’s not really your fault. For most people, following a strict or fad diet is complicated. There are very specific rules and restrictions,...[ read more ]

The Mental Health Impact of COVID-19 on Families

If you asked any of us a year ago what would life be like in 2020, it’s doubtful anyone would have guessed we’d be going through a global pandemic, replete with lockdowns and self-quarantining. At the beginning of the year, some families might have thought of being forced to stay home from work and school would be a fun little...[ read more ]

Let Go and Let God – Faith-Based Therapy for Christians

Can spirituality and religion be used as a therapeutic strategy? More and more mental health professionals are finding that God can offer some of their clients more direction than they can.In the past, many Christians have neglected to get the help they need from a counselor because they were afraid their belief in God would be ignored or, worse, belittled....[ read more ]

Loss of Independence in Old Age

As with most things in life, getting older comes with its good points and bad points. Speaking from a “glass is half full” point of view, getting older means having more confidence in who you are. It means enjoying retirement, traveling and getting a seat on a crowded bus or subway.But there is also another side of getting older, and...[ read more ]

Yes, Virginia, You Can Learn to Love… Okay Like, Exercise

Hate exercising? You’re definitely not alone. At any time during the year, thousands of people across the country commit to working out, only to fall off the wagon weeks later.So what gives? Why does exercising feel so hard and is there any possible way to like it more?Exercise feels like a chore because there are so many misconceptions (AKA myths)...[ read more ]

Chiropractic Care for Mental Health: Adjust Your Body and Mind

According to a study on the Mental Health Facts in America, over 40 million adults in this country face a mental health crisis each year. The most widely known mental health issue may be anxiety disorders, but depression is actually the leading cause of disability globally.Among the most common symptoms of depression are:Fatigue or inability to sleepMuscle tension and stiffnessHeadaches...[ read more ]

Teaching Kids Mindfulness: The Benefits and Easiest Ways to Do It!

“Pay attention!”It’s a phrase that is uttered dozens of times a week (if not more) in households where children between the ages of two and 18 reside. How is it that when they WANT to, oh say when they are playing video games or watching cartoons, kids can have a tremendous attention span. But at any other time, getting them...[ read more ]

Fighting Loneliness During Quarantine

Not many of us have ever experienced the kind of isolation that this COVID-19 pandemic has brought about. While quarantine for some has been a welcomed break from the hustle and bustle of life and a chance to spend more quality time with the family, for others it has been an incredibly lonely experience away from coworkers, friends, and those...[ read more ]

Is Gluten-Free REALLY the Way to Be?

Every time the word gluten is mentioned, an angel loses its mind! That’s because the topic has been a maddening one to take part in over the past 5 – 10 years.There’s no denying that following a gluten-free diet has been one of the biggest health trends of the past decade. Health experts tout the benefits of going gluten-free while...[ read more ]




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