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Coping with anxiety

We all experience feelings of anxiety at times in life. For some of us, its persistent and overwhelming and likely made worse as we struggle with the COVID19 pandemic, health concerns, job loss, and more. Rapid breathing and heartbeat, sweaty palms, feelings of worry and fear, nervousness, irritability, a sense of impending doom, difficulty concentrating—those...

Boosting your mental health

Even when times are hard, taking steps to improve your well-being and mental health will help with coping and improve your overall outlook on life. Try deep breathing two minutes every hour to help reduce stress. Go for a walk, soak up the sunshine, play with a pet, spend time doing things you love every...

PTSD awareness and the Fourth of July

When you think of the Fourth of July, you likely think of barbecues, backyard games, laying in the sun, and fireworks, but for many, this holiday can be a stressful time of year, especially for those with Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder (PTSD). Fireworks can be triggering and can bring symptoms to the forefront—extreme vigilance, nightmares or insomnia, negative...

Considering health and wellness

It’s a great time to think about wellness and work-life balance in honor of Professional Wellness Month, especially now with all the changes COVID19 has brought to our lives. Finding balance is something we all can do, especially those working-from-home, where overworking is common. It is vital to get up and move around. Take a...

Coping with fear and stress during COVID-19

Job loss. Financial stress. Worrying about family and friends. It’s a difficult time. There’s so much fear, worry and uncertainty as we stay-at-home, transition to safer-at-home, and isolate ourselves during the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. It’s important to remember, even when stress, anxiety and depression seem unmanageable, there are resources available to help, along with things...

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