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September marks National Recovery Month, held each year to increase awareness and celebrate the successes of those in recovery. This year, the theme is “Join the Voices for Recovery: Visible, Vocal, Valuable!” It highlights the value of peer support in educating, mentoring and helping others.
In September 2013, I had the great privilege to attend a White House Champions for Change award ceremony hosted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. There were many important people at the event (after all, it was … Continue reading
Suicide is the 10th-leading cause of death in the United States. One hundred and five people die by suicide each day, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and suicide is reaching epidemic proportions in the U.S.
Mental health concerns of men are often similar to those of women: The need for safety, security, sufficient sustenance, and sexual and social fulfillment. Our self-esteem, our sense of worthiness, stems from a certainty in our ascribed and achieved roles.
As May marks Mental Health Month, this year’s theme focuses on B4Stage4 — how people can address their mental health early rather than at “Stage 4,” when symptoms are more severe and recovery a longer process.
I recently went into Target to pick up a new planner, a notebook, and a pair of flats to prepare for my new internship. If you’re anything like me, you never actually get what you need from Target and you … Continue reading
TrueNorth Wellness Services hosted an Artistic Expressions of Spiritual Wellness Concert on Wednesday in Cherry Lane Park.
Self-care. It’s a buzzword now that reflects a lifestyle of doing deeds that benefit your emotional, physical or intellectual existence. Self-care has become immensely popular over, say, the last year or two. As someone who lives a positive life, I’m a proponent for the self-care lifestyle.
I was never a fan of high school gym class. Sports left me humiliated in a puddle of my own inadequacy. In trying to keep pace with my classmates, I was often left breathless. So you can imagine my hesitancies when I enrolled in a requisite yoga class in college. Standing in the gymnasium with my black, roll-up mat, I never imagined that this form of exercise would have such an enduring impact on my life.