Every August, thousands of us drop our freshman off for college and we both – teenager and parent – start a new phase. Here are a few things to remember.
Regardless of how gruesome or graphic coverage of a newsworthy event might be, some TV viewers just can't seem to turn away. Learn when and how to draw the line for your own mental health.
Elise, a nurse in the addiction recovery field, cared for people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. She was driven to take that care to the next level as a way to honor her two sons who were lost to opioid addiction.
“We always hugged her— sometimes that was all we could do.” Candy talks about the struggle and heartache of watching her daughter, now drug free and a mom herself, struggle with a heroin addiction as a young adult.
Whether it be a nasty hangover or the sting of “what did I say/do last night,” no one wants to be the left with holiday party overindulgence regret.
Feelings, like anxiety and depression, may get the best of you sometimes when fighting cancer, but there is help and ways to lift your spirits.
Suicide, the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S., is preventable. What you need to know for yourself and those you love.
Along with the fastest growing population in the U.S. - seniors - comes more family members taking care of loved ones with dementia. Armed with the right info, you can avoid caregiver burnout.
There's something uplifting and mentally refreshing about being outdoors and enjoying nature. Now, there's also research to back that up.
For some, downtime is a blessing; for others, a curse. It's time to pay attention to the feeling of, "I'm bored!"