For years, research has suggested that success is what makes people feel happy. However, recent studies by the American Psychological Association have found that success occurs through happy people. In other words, emotionally healthy individuals can be successful in work, relationships, and their overall physical health. They are more likely to set and accomplish their […]
In this recent age, technology has played a significant role in many aspects of life. It has helped in the development of health, environment, education, careers, amongst many others. Technology, when used for productive purposes, can make a huge difference in how we connect. However, many of us have also seen how technology and social […]
According to the Mind and Body Center at Harvard University, 60%-90% of medical office visits in the US are due to stress related disorders. In the long run, high levels of stress can lead to a damaging effect on overall health and immune system. The way our mind connects to our bodies is very similar […]
News 6 interviews The Brave Ones Therapist, Cathy Pinnock about how to deal with political talk at the Thanksgiving table.
Recent research from the University of Washington concludes that more filings for divorce are made in March and in August than in any other time of the year. A likely explanation for these “seasons” of divorce: March and August follow winter and summer holidays, which are often stressful and loaded with unrealistic expectations. So what does this research […]
May represents a time of blooming and a renewal of nature. The budding of flowers, grass turning green again, and warmer temperatures bring people outdoors and give them a sense of connection with their outside environments and their neighbors. However, for those suffering from depression and anxiety, it is difficult to enjoy the changes going […]