5 Tips to Manage Anxiety

Astronauts are trained to foresee every possible complication; their lives depend on it. What if one wing of the ISS catches fire? Here is a list of 10 procedures and

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The 1 in 5 of Mental Health

1 in 5 throughout both Canada and the US experience depression. Probably more, especially among our youth. It’s common enough that one could almost justify a categorization of epidemic. It’s

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How to Overcome Insecure Attachment

I struggle with being a mom. I’ve struggled through six years of the predictable laundry, food, scheduling, and interrupted sleep that comes with being a mom. And I’ve struggled through

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The Identity Crisis of Isolation – How to Feel Stable in a Season of Instability

Overnight our cultural values of busyness, activity and looking forward to the weekend became obsolete. Now every day feels like a weekend, we are restricted from activity, and it’s impossible

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How to Anchor Yourself in Isolation

To have your normal life rhythm interrupted: it is nothing short of disorienting. All the places you went, the activities you did, the work you accomplished – they were your

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Perhaps a New Perspective on Curing Millennial Depression

Depression has become ferociously entrenched in our culture. Schoolchildren talk about anxiety and depression like they do the latest iPhone. They’ve been subject to health classes and special presentations about

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Let’s Imperfectly Christmas, Rather than Being Bitter About the Busyness

There seems to be a rise of people openly combating the busyness during the Christmas season. Maybe it’s always been this way and I’m only seeing it now that I’m

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The Secret to Overcoming Overwhelm

Your mindset directly affects the outcome. Your beliefs directly affect your capability. In the middle of your overwhelm, what is it that you would like to believe about yourself? Are you capable? Or, are you incapable?

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A Diagnosis is Not Your Identity

Your pain, your anxiety, your depression, your whatever, are not actually you. They are not yours to keep. The pain you feel right now is actually an invitation into a more beautiful way to be human.

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The Trick to Finding ‘Normal’

Our every day in the last month has been spent absorbing change. Our every day has been spent finding our new normal. Everything is new. So how do we find normal? I'm convinced that there is no such thing.

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