New Year’s Resolutions in the Digital Age-More Than Apps

Good news for New Year’s resolutions! You can now get help from mobile apps that send you reminders, keep you organized, keep track of what you eat, drink, smoke or spend, and... Read more »

Poverty and Mental Health: What Is Not Understood Can Hurt

Researchers had college students watch different videos of the same fourth grade girl taking an oral achievement test. The only differences in the videos were subtle cues about her social class. Viewers... Read more »

Best Inversion Table 2019 | Our Top Picks and Buyer’s Guide

Today, we tell you which the best inversion table 2019 is, the most-sought-after models, the features that make them tick and what choosing one model over the other means for your money.... Read more »

Best Massage Chair 2019 | Our Top Picks and Buyer’s Guide

In this article, we will help you pinpoint the best massage chair. And, we’ve done enough research to back up that claim. All the chairs in our collection come with super-thoughtful features... Read more »

When You Can’t Stop Worrying – Tips for the Ruminator

You can see how rumination can create a cycle that seems impossible to break out of. But there is some good news. While rumination can cause clinical symptoms, it’s also a behavior... Read more »

Why the Flu Can Make You Feel Blue

This flu season has arrived with a vengeance and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has already declared it an epidemic in at least 41 states. If you are suffering from... Read more »

Many Reasons Why Young Adults are Stressed

The American Psychological Association recently released its annual Stress in America survey. The findings are chock full of interesting information about how Americans feel stress, manage stress, and are affected by stress.... Read more »

Honoring TV shows, movies that help mental health

Most people are not attending conferences, reading journals, or consulting with psychologists regularly for news and information about mental health. Where do we mostly often see and hear of mental health? TV... Read more »

Managing the stress of chronic illness

Emotional pain, fear, and sadness are common in people dealing with a chronic illness. In fact, one of the reactions to being diagnosed with a chronic illness is an intense wish to... Read more »

5 Reasons You Should Choose Psychotherapy

Depression and anxiety are common, affecting millions of adults in our country. And many people who need professional treatment don’t get it. But for those who do seek help, the first course... Read more »

Mental Health Month Blog Party – May 16, 2012

Thanks for the great turnout this year. You can find this year’s participating blogs on our 2012 Mental Health Month Blog Party links round-up. Mental health affects everyone and everything we do.... Read more »

Why Your Stress Problem is Everyone’s Problem

APA released its annual Stress in America survey yesterday, and we have again found that our nation is under pressure. Yes, average stress levels have declined somewhat from their max in 2007... Read more »