Letting Go of the Struggle

December 6, 2019

We learn patterns of coping from a young age and often these same ways of coping that helped us survive in childhood become cumbersome later in life.

Read More

Self-Care Practices to Engage Body, Mind, Emotions

November 15, 2019

In our world of constant demand, it can be hard to “check off” our self-care box, where there is always a higher demand on the to-do list, or an additional email to answer. When we neglect self-care, we begin to revert to automatic (and perhaps less helpful) behaviors to soothe ourselves in difficult times.

Read More

4 Ways to Navigate Emotions of Father’s Day

June 14, 2018

For many of us, Father’s Day brings with it many emotions. Perhaps you look forward to the holiday with joy, gratitude, or fond memories. Or it may be that this Sunday feels more complicated to you—a reminder of what you’ve lost, or maybe never had. Whatever your emotional reaction to Father’s Day, let this truth […]

Read More

Mental Health Awareness Month

May 25, 2018

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. The goal of this over-60-year-old tradition is to raise awareness of mental illness, what life is like for those with mental health conditions, and how to improve mental health and wellness. In addition, another aim is to reduce the stigma around mental health conditions by acknowledging both their prevalence […]

Read More

Link Between Emotional Health and Physical Health

May 10, 2018

2018 “Live Intentionally” Speaker Series Recap: Dr. Thomas Cabell Connection Between Emotional Health and Physical Health   Maybe everything is connected? That idealistic thought is proving true—particularly when it comes to physical and emotional health. At our 2018 “Live Intentionally” Speaker Series about grief and loss, Dr. Thomas Cabell, Cardiologist at Centennial Heart at TriStar […]

Read More