Have you ever felt a constant sense of unease? Like we are never fully content with how things are because something could always be better? I would like to delve into what might typically be the cause of some of those feelings.
You can't eat, you can't sleep, you can barely get out of bed because the grief, depression, or emotional pain is so great. This article is about ways to cope with and survive crises.
I was asked recently what the word “wellness” means to me. And although I knew the answer in my head, it took a moment to form it into an intelligible sentence. To me, "wellness" is the integration of our physical, mental and spiritual self.
If you're the daughter of an emotionally absent mother, you missed out on a lot of love and nurturance. Now, as an adult, it's time to reclaim your life and give yourself tender loving care.
Those who are chronically ill get used to waiting, but what are you waiting for? I waited for wellness, for a disability application decision, and now I"m waiting on the Lord!
Feeling sad on or around your birthday? You're not alone—having the birthday blues is more common than you might think. Read on for ideas on how to get over your funk.
After someone has had a long stay in the hospital, thoughtful welcome home gifts that help them ease back into normalcy are always appreciated.
What is time? Why do we need it? We use it to measure constant occurrences, but why do we have to gauge our existence on it? Is there a better way to perceive our life and understand its meaning?
Most people have probably heard the question: "Is your glass half full or half empty?" So, what does that mean?
Being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) is often misunderstood. This article examines some key differences, as well as some similarities, between someone who is a highly sensitive person and someone with social anxiety.