Transitioning to F*** (Don’t worry, it’s just “Fall”)

by Lindsay Hildebrand This time of year always comes with mixed feelings for me. On one hand, I’m enjoying summer, spending extra time with

Unraveling Anxiety: Understanding Why We Develop It

By Lindsay Hildebrand Anxiety is a common human experience, and it affects all of us to a varying degree. It’s a natural response to

Navigating the Complex Relationship Between Anxiety and Self-Criticism

By Lindsay Hildebrand Understanding Anxiety   Anxiety is a natural response to stress or danger. It’s our body’s way of preparing for a perceived

How does Therapy Differ From Good Advice?

Have you ever found yourself having a bad day? Then, after a good conversation with a friend that day turns around? Sometimes wise people

Tips for Creating a School-Life or Work-Life Balance

by Emily Mcdonald As fall begins, we can often feel pressure to put in extra time at school or work in the hope that

If the Ugly Shoe Fits

The maladaptive benefit of confirmation bias is that it becomes entrenched with our beliefs about ourselves and the world, we start to feel

Everyone Else Needs to Learn How to Drive

When we are young, we learn various ways to deal with the events and emotions that bring us the most distress. Whatever works,

The Failure of Our Mistakes

At one time I thought we as parents had to demonstrate authority through showing the right way to do things. This was not

In Utero: Community the Great Mental Health Insulator

How is it that community can insulate us from stress and promote mental health?  We all know the reverse, when community contributes to negative

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