Parents are often feeling stressed out from managing busy schedules and raising kids. We learned via Psychology Today that there are several ways to decrease stress in parents. They reported that, "Numerous studies have shown that parents who report higher levels of parenting stress are more likely to be authoritarian, harsh, and negative in their interactions with their child (e.g., Deater-Deckard & Scarr, 1996). Furthermore, parenting stress decreases the quality of the parent-child relationship."
Here are 4 ways you can destress and create harmony as a family!Read More
We learned via an article by Forbes that some people are under the misconception that therapy is for people who are "weak". However, this isn't true. The article stated that, "Psychotherapy is a tool that creates success. Smart people use it."
Therapy is something that everyone must try at least once in there lives. Here are 4 reasons why!Read More
New age technology is robbing us all from the one thing we need the most for a healthy, low-stress life: silence. According to the Medical Daily, "In an age where the world is at our fingertips 24/7, it’s easy for our minds and bodies to be on digital overload". Disconnecting from the world and quieting our minds with meditation may help us recharge our physical, emotional, and mental health.Read More
According to NPR, research shows that depression and anxiety cost the world economy $1 trillion every year. What makes mental illness a global threat? Dr. Shekhar Saxena of the World Health Organization says, "Mental illnesses are common in every country - rich or poor - and they cause a lot of debt and a lot of disability. That's what makes it important".Read More
Are you looking to attract abundance and prosperity into your life? The meaning of prosperity differs from person to person, whether its a beautiful home or peace and tranquility of the mind. However, if you want to attract more prosperity into your life, an article by GetMotivation shares 5 helpful tips.Read More
According to Diet-to-Go guest blogger Mia Redrick, "eight percent of moms do not take care of themselves... some even ignoring basic personal care tasks like going to the dentist, fixing their hair, or even showering". She adds, "Few Moms take the time to go out with the girls or even relax by themselves in the bathtub for a few minutes."Read More
According to Somatic Experiencing Australia, "anybody who wishes to regain a sense of empowerment by learning about and experiencing their body's natural ability to calm itself after strong feelings or activation caused by a situation they perceive as being stressful or threatening can benefit from somatic experiencing".Read More
According to Garance Clos, wellness advocate, writer, and yoga teacher, people over complicate things when it comes to stress reduction. She says, "You don't have to start doing yoga every week, eat more kale, go vegan or know what a chakra is." All you need to do is relax! She offers 5 ways for us to easily reduce stress and anxiety:Read More
Are you interested in trying out a different way of healing? Try out Reiki! According to the Reiki Association, reiki is Japanese for “universal life energy, and is also a word used to describe a system of natural healing.” Reiki treatments can help the body emotionally and spiritually and can be used with other types of conventional treatments.Read More
We learned via LifeCoachingByMark that there are several benefits to holistic life coaching. Holistic life coaching allows you “to more easily integrate, focus, and empower your whole self on health, healing, and the realization of your goals, dreams, and desires.” It allows you to understand your potential, fear, inner struggle and leads to healing and transformation. You are not just accomplishing goals, but finding your inner essence and peace.Read More
Therapy offers many benefits for everyone, not just people who are going through tough times. As naturally social creatures, we can benefit from talking about our problems and finding healthy outlets for stress relief. We learned via an article by the Huffington Post that, “research has shown that verbalizing feelings can have a significant therapeutic effect on the brain.”Read More
After indulging a bit too much this holiday season, it’s common for us to incorporate health and wellness into our new year’s resolutions. However, we all know that it’s easy to make new year’s resolutions and it’s even easier to break them. It’s all too easy for us to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life.Read More