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Ever find that life gets so hectic that Facebook or Twitter becomes your go-to source of connecting with friends? While connecting face-to-face with people you care about is highly correlated with well-being, connecting via social …

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Show Yourself Some Love

Whether you’re single or in a relationship, amping up the amount of love and care you show for yourself can boost your mood and make you a better partner or friend. Drawing a blank? If it’s …

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For many of us, the winter holiday season— stretching from Thanksgiving through New Year’s — contains anxiety tangled up with the gift wrap, stress as well as stuffing, loneliness rather than celebration. The contrast between …

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By: Dr. Jolene Brighten, licensed Naturopathic Doctor Mind-body healing techniques can be defined as incorporating mindfulness/meditation and movement into our healthcare routine in order to tap into our bodies’ natural healing abilities and cope with stressors. …

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The last Saturday of every July is National Dance Day, and Each Mind Matters wants you to get those feet tapping and those hips swaying this Saturday, July 25! Dancing is a great way to …

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By Lisa Smusz, MS, LPCC If you've ever turned up your favorite song to banish a bad mood[1], or turned on something relaxing after a long hard day, you already know how music affects your mood and …

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By Diana Winston If you were to check into your mind at any point in the day you’d probably discover it was lost in the past or the future. We all spend a lot of our …

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We all know that media plays an important role in how people understand certain topics or events, and this is especially true when it comes to how we talk about mental health challenges. This places incredible responsibility …

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Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health challenge in children. In fact, the National Institute of Mental Health’s current statistics reveal that eight percent of teens between the ages of 13-18 have an anxiety …

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