Maintaining Your Mental Health During Cancer Treatments

Posted by on Oct 9, 2018 in Coping, Vulnerability | No Comments
Maintaining Your Mental Health During Cancer Treatments

This article discusses how important it is for physicians to treat the “whole person” and not just the illness in cancer patients. Chronic diseases and certain mental health issues like depression, fatigue, and anxiety are almost always connected. “The mind, body, and spirit have a reciprocal relationship and each affect the other. What we believe […]

Men & Mental Health: A Muted Cry

Posted by on Jun 15, 2018 in Anger, Coping, Vulnerability | No Comments
Men & Mental Health: A Muted Cry

“Not only do men and women communicate differently but they think, feel, perceive, react, respond, love, need, and appreciate differently.” John Gray, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus: Practical Guide for Improving Communication Men don’t often verbally express their emotions. This unfortunately contributes to the notion that men don’t battle mental health stressors […]

A Newfound Relationship between Depression and Bullying

Posted by on Mar 26, 2012 in Bullying, Parenting, Vulnerability, Youth | No Comments

A new study finds that depressed children may become targets for bullies and ostracizing.       

The Power of Vulnerability

Posted by on Nov 28, 2011 in Growth, Vulnerability | No Comments

Dr. Brene Brown speaks on the challenges and importance of vulnerability, how connection brings purpose and meaning to our lives, and the courage to be imperfect.