Life’s roadblocks can pop up at any time. While times of crisis can happen at any time for anyone, there are common transitions that can pose challenges for many people. From entering the teen years and then college…first jobs…first children…mid-life crises…retirement…these major life changes can be stressful to cope with if we don’t have the mechanisms to properly handle them.
With May being Mental Health Month, it’s important to understand and spread awareness of mental health issues ranging from anxiety to depression. As such, Mental Health America’s 2018 focus is Fitness #4Mind4Body. Being healthy is a whole-body experience. When we eat well, exercise and make good life choices, we tend to feel better both physically and emotionally.
The music world mourned yet again when Swedish musician, DJ, remixer and record producer Avicii, also known as Tim Bergling, died suddenly at the age of 28. While drugs and foul play were not suspected or confirmed, rumors that he took his own life swirled throughout the news. The family seems to have solidified that assumption,
By Dr. Wendy Sims
May is a month we typically associate with Mother’s Day or Memorial Day. While we observe those holidays for a day, observing a loved one who has a personality disorder occurs most days. May is designated as Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) Awareness Month. This is fitting given that living with BPD can often feel like mayhem,
by Dr. Wendy Sims
Next time you are grocery shopping, notice a marketing trend in nutritional bars being proudly advertised with only 3 ingredients printed on the front. No need to turn it over to read the fine print that is jumbled together with long names we can’t even pronounce, much less know what they are.