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By Stephanie Catalano10 min read It’s not uncommon for people to put more emphasis on physical health, but it’s time to recognize mental health as essential. Mental Health is Important.We are living in a world where there is a lot of outside pressure and noise all of which can cause additional stress and interrupt one’s mental health. It’s crucial to take care of yourself to … Continue reading School, Work, and Mental Health
By Julia Broglie, Founder & CEO of BroglieBox10 min read Having a panic attack due to anxiety? Some people report that it feels as though they’re having a heart attack or even dying. Dizziness, chest pain, sweating, shaking, nausea, and hyperventilating are just some of the typical symptoms along with losing control or your sense of reality. Here are some tips that have helped me … Continue reading What Helps Me When the Panic Sets In
By Jessie Douglass-Smith McGraw10 min read Up until my early 30’s, I spent most of my life living with varying degrees of anxiety. I vacillated from extreme anxiety when I was little because I was always worried my parents were going to divorce, to a low hum of anxiety that was my constant, back to extreme anxiety as a professional dancer in my twenties that … Continue reading When I Woke Up to Where My Anxiety Was Actually Coming From
By David Braucher, PhD10 min read In a culture where having good self-esteem is equated with feeling happy, insecurities abound. A stable self-valuation can’t be based on anyone feeling— a spontaneous occurrence that is always subject to change. But secure, positive self-esteem can be rooted in a commitment to work toward accepting all of our feelings as valid—whether pleasant or painful. We all aspire to … Continue reading Four Ways to Improve Self-Esteem
By Anup Sharma, M.D8 min read There are millions of Americans with mental health conditions that pursue treatment by working with professionals. Mental health professionals include psychiatrists, psychologists, and licensed therapists, nurse practitioners, and social workers. Working with qualified professionals allows for one to understand mental health condition(s), receive compassionate care and pursue helpful treatment.As in other areas of medicine, mental health providers may have expertise in specific types … Continue reading When do I need to see a mental healthcare professional?
By Linzy Farmerie-Mogielski, Content Editor of BroglieBox12 min read It is totally wild to think that this will be the 11th Valentine’s Day that I have spent with my husband, Tony. I wish I had a time machine (not only to avoid my 30th birthday this year) but to go back and tell myself about what lied ahead. And, even more honestly, to warn myself … Continue reading Mental Health is a Team Sport: I Have Anxiety/Depression and my Husband Doesn’t, But We Both Fight It.
By Ali Behar, LCSW8 min read So many of life’s major stressors are experiences that we actually choose— like getting married, starting a new job, starting a family, and travel! Why is that and how can we manage those feelings? While travel is usually undertaken with a positive goal in mind—like pleasure, adventure, or reconnecting with family, travel disrupts our routine by nature. While the … Continue reading Holiday Travel – Stop Trippin’