Psychology

5 Tips for Healthy Friendships
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.
Self-Esteem and How to Boost It
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.
Tips for Dealing with Conflict
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.
Mental Health Benefits of Staying Active
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.
What Can a Psychiatrist Prescribe Online?
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.  
5 Misconceptions about Therapy
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.
How LiveHealth Online Can Help with Mental Health
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. 
Overcoming Loneliness: Hear from a Therapist Selena Bush, LCSW
Feeling lonely? Hear from a therapist about some tips to take with you to manage loneliness during and after the pandemic.
Seasonal Affective Disorder Explained + How to Take Care of Yourself
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. 
Coping with Anxiety: Holidays and COVID-19
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.  
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