November, 25, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

5 Ways to Manage Seasonal Stress and Depression

The holidays are a time of joy and celebration for many people, but for others they can be a time of stress and depression. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that typically occurs during the winter months, when there is less daylight. The stress associated with the holidays, along with the colder […]
November, 25, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

The Dangers of Conflict Avoidance and How to Change Your Approach

We've all been there. A situation arises that has the potential to cause conflict, and instead of addressing it head-on, we take the easy way out and avoid it. This is known as conflict avoidance, and while it might seem like a harmless tactic, it can be damaging for our mental health and our relationships. […]
November, 25, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

Talking About Religious Trauma

When we think about trauma, the first things that come to mind are typically physical injuries. Car accidents, sexual assaults, and natural disasters can all cause physical trauma that can be long-lasting and life-altering. However, there is another kind of trauma that is often overlooked: religious trauma. This type of trauma can be caused by […]
November, 7, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

Depression: What it is, What Causes it, and How to Overcome it

Depression can feel like you are stuck in a deep, dark hole with no way out. You may feel hopeless and helpless, as if your situation is never going to improve. This can be an incredibly difficult state to overcome, but it is not impossible. In this blog post, we will discuss what depression is, […]
November, 7, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

Get to Know the Unconscious Mind: What it is, What it Does, and Why it Matters

If you want to understand yourself better, you need to know about the unconscious mind. This mysterious and often ignored part of who we are can be a powerful asset if we learn how to work with it. In this blog post, we will explore what the unconscious mind is, what it does, and why […]
November, 5, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

How to Turn Anxiety Into Your Greatest Asset

Anxiety is often seen as a negative emotion, but what if we turned it into something more beneficial? What if anxiety was a signal that told us we need to make some changes in our lives? Anxiety can be viewed as a message from our subconscious telling us that we need to take action. If […]
November, 5, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

Life After Trauma: How to Pick Up the Pieces and Move Forward

It's no secret that trauma can change a person's life in an instant. For some, the experience of trauma opens their eyes to the world in a new and profound way. They may feel more compassionate or empathetic towards others who have experienced similar things. However, for others, trauma can be destructive and overwhelming. It […]
November, 5, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

Breathwork: A Reliable and Versatile Mental Health Tool

We all know that breath is life. What we may not realize, however, is just how vital deep breathing is to our mental and emotional health. Breathwork is one of the simplest and most versatile relaxation techniques out there, and it can be used to reduce anxiety levels, stress responses, racing thoughts – pretty much […]
November, 5, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

Perfectionism: A Blessing and a Curse

Perfectionism is often seen as a positive personality trait. After all, perfectionists are usually very successful in life - they are highly organized, detail-oriented, and strive for excellence in everything they do. However, there is also a dark side to perfectionism. For some people, perfectionism can be a source of significant anxiety, stress, and even […]
November, 4, 2022
by Aaron Schwartz

The Dark Side of Adolescence: Why This Time in Life Can Be So Difficult

Adolescence can be a difficult time for many people. This is the time in life when we are struggling to figure out who we are and where we fit into the world. Along with this comes the roller coaster of hormones, which can make us feel happy one minute and angry or sad the next. […]
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