An Emotional Support Animal (ESA) isn’t a regular pet. Unlike service dogs, ESDs are not trained to perform certain tasks. Their sole purpose is to be a source of comfort and compassion for their owners. This article will touch on all aspects of Emotional Support Dogs and show you how to register your own.
If your teen has decided to open up about what they’re going through, this means they trust you. They trust that you will support them during this difficult time and will be reassured that you still love them no matter what.
No matter how you define success, good mental health plays an important role in helping you achieve it. Here are five mental exercises that can help you perform better and make the most of your life.
A new year is upon us. It’s a time to reflect on the past year and figure out what we want to change. Ultimately we are our own worst critics and critiquing yourself can become an overwhelming and painful experience.
Sometimes, you’ll just want to kick back and relax. If you just don’t have time to do this then you are certainly not alone. That’s why we have compiled this list, so you can relax in 10 minutes or less.
Working from home is not without its downsides. Even if you’re a natural introvert, and even if you weren’t a big fan of your fellow coworkers, working by yourself day in and day out can get lonely. Over time, that loneliness could lead to depression, loss of meaning and job satisfaction, and much, much lower productivity.
As a society, we often tell ourselves that we’ve never been more connected to other people than we are now, thanks to the Internet. In reality, online connections do little to stave off loneliness in the aging population.
Although the stigma around mental health has slowly been decreasing over the last several years, we, as a community, need to pick up the pace. Things aren’t changing fast enough. Stigma is still far too widespread.
Luckily, there are ways to prevent the development of sleep disorders and to calm down your racing thoughts. So, if you are looking for a way to sleep more soundly, prepare to make some changes to your lifestyle and follow our recommendations.
Many people are affected by seasonal affective disorder (SAD) in the colder, darker days of winter — especially those that live farther north and south of the equator. It can begin to provoke you to exhibit symptoms as early as when the leaves start to change in the fall and last until the very end of the spring.