The Art of Positive Self-Talk

10 Ways to Address the “Anxious Voice” We all experience anxiety or worry from time to time. How we deal with those anxious moments determine whether or not we are able to navigate through the emotions, or if the emotions consume us. Anxiety becomes a problem when it interferes with our lives, relationships and overall … Continue reading The Art of Positive Self-Talk

Pursuing Peace with an Anxious Mind

how to cope with anxiety Finding peace within your life can be difficult when dealing with anxiety. Anxiety can be a very normal emotion to experience when dealing with a stressful life event or situation. It’s the signal in our brain that tells us, “Listen, things are getting a bit intense in here, I think … Continue reading Pursuing Peace with an Anxious Mind

5 Facts About Students’ Mental Health

1. Anxiety is the top mental health concern among students closely followed by depression. According to the American Psychological Association, about 41% of students suffer from anxiety disorders, and about 36% suffer from depression. 2. Most people experience the first signs of mental illnesses in their teenage years to early 20s. About 50% of mental … Continue reading 5 Facts About Students’ Mental Health

Understanding Your Anxiety

Anxiety is a common mental illness that results in extreme feelings of worry, fear, and self-doubt. Anxiety can be caused by a variety of experiences and events in a person’s life; some people may even have a genetic disposition for this condition. Anxiety triggers vary widely from person to person. Therefore, it is important for … Continue reading Understanding Your Anxiety

5 Common Mental Health Myths

1. Medication is the only way to treat a mental health issue. While some people who suffer from mental health illnesses do require medication to manage their symptoms, medication is only one part of the equation. Therapy is also an effective way of treating mental health issues like depression and anxiety. It is important to … Continue reading 5 Common Mental Health Myths