As the holiday season approaches, it can bring up mixed emotions for many of us. While it can be a season of joy and togetherness, it can also serve as a reminder of our grief—whether that's grief over the loss of a loved one, the changing dynamics within our families, or the sense of ambiguity that arises during this time.
In our previous article, we delved into the intricate world of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), exploring how it affects individuals living in various climates, including the perpetual summer of tropical regions such as Florida. Today, we're continuing our journey to understand SAD, but this time, we're examining SAD through the lens of holistic mental health. How could your experience of
Many of us are aware that changes in weather can lead to changes in mood. But what about those of us who call the Sunshine State, Florida, home? Can you still get Seasonal Affective Disorder if you live in this land of perpetual summer?
The so-called "Sunday Scaries" are more than a catchy phrase; they’re an emotional signal that many of us encounter but often ignore. For those of us who identify as Cycle Breakers--individuals working hard to overcome generational patterns or be the first in your family to accomplish something--these feelings may even be more intense and multi-layered. It's crucial to decode what
People are increasingly recognizing the importance of seeking support to enhance their well-being and overcome challenges. However, it's natural to have hesitations when considering therapy for the first time. In this Q&A-style blog post, we address common questions and concerns that may arise when contemplating therapy