Healthy friendships can benefit your physical and mental health, your mood, and even how long you live. Here are 5 ways you can build healthy friendships.
Good self-esteem can help you pursue success, happiness and positive relationships; low self-esteem is linked to depression, anxiety, addiction and poor relationships. Learn ways to boost your self-esteem.
Every relationship faces moments of conflict. Having the skills to manage conflicts can determine whether they become major blowups — or help strengthen your relationship. Here are some tips to better manage conflicts.
Physical activity isn’t just good for your body; it also has benefits for your brain and your mental health. Learn more about the positive effects of staying active.
If you’re planning to see a psychiatrist online, you might be wondering what types of medications they can prescribe. Whether you’ve previously seen a psychiatrist or this is your first visit, your psychiatrist will work with you to understand your needs and develop the right treatment plan, which may include medication.
Therapy can help with a range of personal issues. But if you’ve never been in therapy before, you may hold back due to misconceptions about it. Here are five common myths – and the facts that can help you decide whether therapy is right for you.
Taking care of your mental health can have a positive effect on your life — it can help you reach your full potential and cope with challenges.
Feeling lonely? Hear from a therapist about some tips to take with you to manage loneliness during and after the pandemic.
SAD, which is often referred to as seasonal depression and/or the “winter blues”, is extremely common and something that some people experience every year.
Are you feeling stressed or anxious about the holidays? You’re not alone. While a little holiday stress is expected any year, it's normal if you’re feeling more concerned than usual about get-togethers, safety and your health this winter.