Affirmations and Positive Self Talk

By Christina, the Authentic Adventurer5 min read Repeat after me. I am doing enough. I.am.enough.  These simple phrases can have a significant impact on our self-perception. But when our world is caving in around us, whether it is from outside sources or from within our own heads, it can be difficult to think positively.  When the thoughts playing on repeat in our heads are negative, our minds … Continue reading Affirmations and Positive Self Talk

Black Mental Health Resources & Networks

By The BroglieBox Team5 min read Black Mental Health PodcastWith the stigma of therapy being a “white people thing’ coupled with the cost of therapy, black people are left to deal with mental health issues on their own. The black mental health podcast is here not as a replacement to therapy but as an alternative. Open Path Collective seeks to be a safe space for … Continue reading Black Mental Health Resources & Networks

10 BIPOC Friendly Mental Health Focused Instagram Accounts to Follow

By Linzy Farmerie-Mogielski, Content Editor of BroglieBox3 min read 1. @healhaus – A Wellness Concept & Café, Daily Yoga + Meditation Classes, Workshops + Private Sessions, Corporate Wellness 2. @askdrjess – Board-Certified Psychiatrist in New York City 3. @ethelsclub – A social and wellness club designed to celebrate people of color, online and IRL. 4. @inclusivetherapists – THERAPY THAT CELEBRATES YOU, Directory for all: identities, … Continue reading 10 BIPOC Friendly Mental Health Focused Instagram Accounts to Follow

Mental Health Should be Treated as a Priority in the Workplace

by Chelsea Wiersma 5 min read Mental health is complicated, messy, scary, confusing, and it doesn’t look the same for any two people on the planet. However, although it’s called “mental health” it’s not something that just stays in your head. It’s not something that just stays mental at all. It affects your physical health. It affects your relationships, your energy levels, your personality, your … Continue reading Mental Health Should be Treated as a Priority in the Workplace

5 Ways To Boost your Mood Creatively During Quarantine

By Taylor Yingshi Wang4 min read Art has existed since mankind knew how to pick up sticks. In fact, recent evidence suggests that those first humans etched carvings into cave walls to psychologically prepare themselves for the arduous hunting journeys ahead. In more modern times, artist Adrian Hill coined the term ‘art therapy’ in 1942 as he realized the cathartic effects of painting while recovering … Continue reading 5 Ways To Boost your Mood Creatively During Quarantine

4 Key Tips for an Entrepreneur’s Mental Health

By Johnny Crowder10 min read As a suicide/abuse survivor growing up with multiple mental health conditions, I always figured that I had managed to conquer most of my most difficult days before the age of 25… and then I started a business. What’s the most challenging thing to maintain as an entrepreneur? A schedule? Sure. Finances? Undoubtedly. But if you’re ready to get vulnerable, sanity … Continue reading 4 Key Tips for an Entrepreneur’s Mental Health

A Musical Mentality: Musical Therapy & Mental Health

By Aayushi Jain8 min read Music therapy is an evidence-based intervention that can be delivered via tech apps to improve patients’ mental health and wellbeing through playing, performing, composing, or listening to music. These interventions complement conventional mental health treatments because they provide a concrete activity for a patient to hone in on during moments of emotional distress.  One popular music therapy app is Humm.ly, … Continue reading A Musical Mentality: Musical Therapy & Mental Health

The Gut-Brain Connection: What You Need to Know​

By Katie Afra, PsyD, NSCA-CPT13 min read Butterflies in your stomach. A gut-wrenching feeling. Your stomach suddenly drops… You’d better go with your gut. All of these are intensely emotional experiences that seem to be best described by what’s happening in our stomachs at the time. Now, consider this for a moment — our most intense emotional experiences involve the gut SO much that we … Continue reading The Gut-Brain Connection: What You Need to Know​

Tips to Manage Anxiety Around Work

By Julia Broglie, Founder & CEO of BroglieBox8 min read From someone diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder, who has worked for a Fortune 500 company, a small privately owned company, and now is an entrepreneur… I have been worried my entire life – no really, since before I can remember.  A million thoughts seem to invade my mind at any given time, many times leading … Continue reading Tips to Manage Anxiety Around Work

Creating a Healthy Routine for Stress Relief

By Dr. Elizabeth Cunningham5 min read When I think about starting the new year and everything that goes with it, budgeting, planning events, goals, work, education, taxes, etc., one thing comes to mind – STRESS!  Regardless of the time of year, stress is an ever-present factor in our lives.  One simple and effective way of managing stress is by creating a routine for ourselves.  Creating … Continue reading Creating a Healthy Routine for Stress Relief