Reading Time: 5 minutes Every year, well-intentioned people make resolutions as New Year’s Eve approaches … and end up failing to achieve them. According to Psychology Today, 80 percent of people who set New […]
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Reading Time: 8 minutes If someone plays an April Fools’ joke on you today and it makes you laugh, thank them. Turns out they did you a favor. That’s because laughter is scientifically proven […]
Reading Time: 8 minutes Heard the word “phubbing” recently, and wondered what it means? “Phubbing” is a combination of two words: “phone” and “snubbing.” Thus, phubbing is the act of snubbing someone in a social […]
Reading Time: 5 minutes by Heather Senior Monroe Boundaries are important for teen mental health. Moreover, healthy boundaries support adolescents’ ability to form positive relationships. Therefore, they are essential to authentic connection. Authentic connection is key to happiness and self-acceptance. […]
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Reading Time: 3 minutes By Jamison Monroe Gratitude and mental health in teens go hand in hand. Gratitude is powerful and plays a fundamental role when it comes to mental health in teens. It […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes By Jamison Monroe Teen anxiety and teen depression are real concerns. But what’s also a concern is the way we approach mental health in our society. We look for an […]