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Stay Home, Stay Well: Mindfulness and Meditation as a Resource

May 4, 2020

Written by: Kristen Luft During times of stress, it can be easy to fall into unhealthy habits to cope. Eating junk food, drinking alcohol, or avoiding your daily tasks might make you feel better short-term, but aren’t sustainable habits in the long run. However, there are some things you can do to improve your mental wellbeing now.   more »

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Stay Home, Stay Well: Reducing Anxiety to Improve Sleep

April 23, 2020

Written by: Kristen Luft  As we wrap up stress awareness month, it’s important to highlight the factors that impact stress. In order to healthily manage stress, your body relies on many necessary functions, including sleep.  Getting enough quality sleep can be hard, especially when you’re feeling stressed or anxious. Changes in your daily routine, the constant news cycle, health concerns, and financial worries are just more »

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Stay Home, Stay Well: A Parent’s Guide to COVID-19

April 13, 2020

Written by: Miranda Owen Any parent may be struggling with the switch in their family’s daily routine as a result of the pandemic. Parents all over the globe are sharing tips on how to maintain a “new normal” and keep in tune with their children’s emotions during these unexpected and difficult circumstances.  1. Outline Your more »

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Stay Home, Stay Well: Top Ten Apps for Managing Mental Health on Android

April 8, 2020

Written by: Zoë King As the COVID-19 pandemic is hitting the world hard, it can be difficult to deal with its effects on your everyday life. Social distancing, the rapid spread of misinformation, and general anxiety caused by the pandemic can seriously harm your mental health. Thankfully, there are plenty of great free resources available more »

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World Bipolar Day: Defeating Stigma With Our Stories

March 30, 2020

Written by: Kim Korzen-Varin  When I considered what to write for World Bipolar Day, I first thought, “I can’t write this now—there’s a pandemic going on!” Although it’s true we are living in an urgent time, I realized I was just making excuses. Mental health conditions are not taking a break during this pandemic—in fact, I know from experience that uncertain times can cause mental health conditions to flare up. But more »

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