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Managing loneliness during the holidays and beyond

December 9, 2020 Dr. Elisabeth HagerCOVID-19, Loneliness and Social Isolation, Mental Health1 Comment The holidays are upon us, and the irony they bring is the potential for isolation and loneliness. Holidays’ essential identity is getting together with loved ones, but some people do not feel as connected as they would like or expect. In 2020,… Continue reading Managing loneliness during the holidays and beyond

Right the ship: Finding balance during the election

Right the ship: Finding balance during the election October 28, 2020 Dale SeamansMental Health, Resiliency, WellbeingNo Comments There’s a lot going on in the world right now that can upset the most balanced of equilibriums. COVID-19 has caused widespread illness and economic hardship, as our country also goes through ongoing social change and national introspection.… Continue reading Right the ship: Finding balance during the election

Break the Cycle: How to Stop Having the Same Argument Again and Again and Again

Few things are more frustrating than re-running the same fight with your partner or family. Here’s how to resolve it once and for all. The Guardian | Linda Blair Photo by Jim Cumming / Getty Images. If you have been in a relationship for a year or more, you will know exactly what “that argument”… Continue reading Break the Cycle: How to Stop Having the Same Argument Again and Again and Again

Caring for Caregivers

Those who give of themselves selflessly need care as well By Julie Halm Few responsibilities take the immense toll that comes with being a caregiver to a loved one. Whether a traumatic injury or progressive illness brings about the necessity, being a caregiver can prove to be physically, emotionally and psychologically exhausting. Navigating the medical… Continue reading Caring for Caregivers