Monthly Journal Prompts for New Year’s Resolutions

With the start of a new year, new possibilities and hope for positive change seem even more palpable. For many, this is the time of year when critical thinking takes place about what people want to change about this upcoming year, hence the popularization of New Year’s Resolutions. This newfound sense of motivation is refreshing … Continue reading Monthly Journal Prompts for New Year’s Resolutions

Combatting Anxiety and Burnout: The Importance of Self-Care

Anxiety and burnout are terms that individuals are likely familiar with, but what individuals may not be aware of is what these terms mean and how they are related. Symptoms of Anxiety Include: Restlessness Feeling keyed up or on edge Mental or physical fatigue Difficulty concentrating Mind going blank Irritability Muscle tension Sleep disturbance Anxiety … Continue reading Combatting Anxiety and Burnout: The Importance of Self-Care

Questioning the “Norm”: Celebrating our neurodivergent population

Research shows that 10-20% of the global population is considered neurodivergent. That number only includes those with the resources and ability to be assessed. Despite a significant number of individuals identifying as neurodivergent, school systems, work environments, and social expectations do not account for this difference. A lot of the time, these societal systems are … Continue reading Questioning the “Norm”: Celebrating our neurodivergent population

Staying Connected: Suicide Prevention Through Finding Support

The month of September draws attention to the very important topic of suicide, which is the second-leading cause of death among young adults. Struggling with suicide or self-harm is an extremely difficult experience, but is not one that you have to go through alone. An important aspect of suicide prevention is staying connected with others … Continue reading Staying Connected: Suicide Prevention Through Finding Support

Feeling Stuck in Grief: How to Continue Life After Loss

WHAT IS GRIEF? Grief is a complicated process, which is why each individual is likely to experience it differently. In other words, there is no ‘right’ way to experience grief. For many individuals, the intensity of grief is likely to fluctuate and can be triggered randomly or when reminders of the loss are present. Other … Continue reading Feeling Stuck in Grief: How to Continue Life After Loss