Health and Wellness

Facing Life’s Challenges

​Talking about Mental Health in the Workplace

According to data released by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), more than 41 million Americans experience some type of mental illness.


The Empty Nest Syndrome

Tips for coping when the children leave home.


The Perils of Perfectionism

To have high standards or expectations is not in itself a bad quality. It can give a person drive, motivation, determination, and focus. Perfection, however, is not so much about having high standards and expectations as it is about managing fears of losing, failing, or disappointing one’s self or others. When the conscious or subconscious feelings associated with perfection are fear-based, the results can be far from perfect.


Well-Being: More Than Exercise and Vegetables

We often talk about health and wellness as goals, but the real focus is about our quality of life. We are actually meaning more than wellness; we are seeking “well-being.”


What Do I Say When Someone is Grieving?

As frequently as we may encounter this situation, death and many other significant losses are usually very uncomfortable to discuss.


What Do I Say When Someone is Talking about Suicide?

Suicide can be an anxiety-provoking topic. This article will help to alleviate some of the unknown and answer common questions about how to manage the difficult topic of suicide.


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