To be more prepared for handling stress and anxiety “on the go,” you can put together a coping kit that consists of easily portable coping tools that you can bring anywhere in case of an emergency.
When Does Anxiety Become a Mental Health Disorder?
One of the biggest indicators of an anxiety disorder is if your anxieties are so overwhelming that they prevent you from doing the things you would normally do.
How to Prevent News Overload
Being exposed to excessive news, particularly bad news, can be overwhelming while negatively impacting a person’s mental health. For some people, bad news makes them feel an impending sense of doom. Bad news can also cause anxiety, depression, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Virtual Peer Support for Mental Health in 2022
Research has found peer support groups to be highly effective at improving mental health. Feeling isolated and alone is common among individuals with mental illness and peer support groups combat that by helping the group members see how others are similar to them.
How Does Bullying Influence Mental Health in Teenagers?
Bullying can influence mental health, as well as physical health. We must teach kids to recognize bullying and how to stand up for each other.
How to Cope With Loss Over the Holidays
The holidays are typically a season full of spending time with those you love, family traditions, and creating memories; none of this is the same after you have lost someone you love.
The Holiday Blues: Stress, Anxiety, and Depression During the Holiday Season
The holidays are an exciting time, but it can be difficult when you have lost someone you love, can’t return home, face financial stresses, or feel isolated. These feelings are commonly referred to as “the holiday blues” and are more common than you may think.
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