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Mental Health

Coping With Loss: Helping Children Celebrate the Holidays

By Hospice of the Chesapeake

Adults play an important role in helping children grieve, especially during the holidays when emotions and reminders of a loss can feel more intense. The ... Continue Reading

Beauty Is In the Eye Of the Beholder

By Alishia S. Zimmerman, MA, LCPC, MA, LCPC

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Well, what do you see when you look in the mirror? Is it your eyes, your smile, ... Continue Reading

Employment and the Mentally Ill

By Joyce Abramson, RNMS

Employment, for most of us, has a practical and symbolic significance. Work is a mechanism used to provide basic needs of food, shelter, and clothing. ... Continue Reading

Our Mental Maps Need Constant Updating

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

Scientists in many different disciplines have studied decision-making behaviors in humans. We all have a mental map representing all the bits of information we have ... Continue Reading

Workplace Stress Alarming Health Consequences

By Rokhsareh Shoaee, PhD, LPC

Have you recently felt lethargic? Have you lost interest in working on the same project? Do you feel isolated and powerless at work? Are you ... Continue Reading

The Importance Of Being Resilient In Today’s Pressure-Cooker World

By Patricia Bonnard, Integrated Coach

Change is a normal part of life. Humans are hard-wired to adjust and rebalance to an ever-changing environment. But, nowadays we lead super fast-paced and ... Continue Reading

Panic Disorders

By Joyce Abramson, RNMS

Imagine you are in an elevator and suddenly you feel flushed and short of breath. Your heart is beating rapidly and you begin to perspire. ... Continue Reading

When Anxiety Attacks

By Linda Ritchie, PhD

Anxiety is a normal part of life. It can even be useful in certain situations. However, anxiety is a prevalent problem for many people. According ... Continue Reading

Adaptation To Change

By Lynn L. West, PhDc, BCETS, LCPC

The Information Age, 1970-present, shifted the requirements for thinking, from the old, linear style of thinking where decision-making was based on fixed beliefs, rules, and ... Continue Reading

The Role PTSD Can Play In Grief

By Hospice of the Chesapeake

Grief is not pathological, an illness, or problem to be solved. We grieve because we love. And grief can certainly be disorientating and traumatic. Loss ... Continue Reading
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