As mask requirements are starting to lift, people are heading back into the office, and we’re getting back to a sense of “normal,” for many experiencing lingering pervasive and debilitating symptoms following a COVID infection,
If you’re a parent of a teenager, you may be noticing some unfamiliar behaviors from your kiddo, such as sleeping a lot more, angry outbursts or irritability, less interest in the things they used to
In 2021, we talked extensively about burnout and other burnout-related issues, from what it is, to how it can impact parents or those managing chronic diseases. In short, burnout is long-term stress; the kind of
If sadness, anxiety, loss of motivation, difficulty concentrating, unexplained bouts of crying, and boredom are as commonplace in your workday as filling up your coffee mug or sending an email, you may be experiencing depressive
When you have a million tasks to do during the day, it can be hard to fathom stopping to just breathe for a second, much less stepping away for lunch, a quick stroll, or simply
As you get older, there are some things that just can’t be avoided. In fact, getting older in itself is inevitable, no matter how hard you try to turn back the hands of time. But depression doesn’t have to be included in that list of “to be expected” as you age. However, older adults are at an increased risk for experiencing depression.
Over the last year or so, mental health has become a rapidly popular topic among mainstream media and day-to-day conversation alike. Many have said the “silver lining” of the pandemic has been bringing into focus
Can having COVID-19 be a risk factor for developing a new mental health disorder? According to a recent study published in the Lancet Journal of Psychiatry, possibly so.
High-functioning depression may sound like a bit of a misnomer, especially if you have a certain idea of what depression looks or feels like. Likewise, if you’re suffering from high-functioning depression, you may not even realize it because you may not realize you have classic symptoms of depression. But there’s some debate if high-functioning depression is an actual diagnosis or not.
The holidays bring visions of cheer for many, but for others, the end of the year feels anything but merry. The approach of the holiday season may cause periodic feelings of the winter blues for