fitness myths

5 Fitness Myths Debunked

(even this fortune is a fitness myth) Fitness Myths ABound The fitness industry is responsible for a great deal of harmful, often incorrect messaging about physical activity. This information – and in many cases misinformation – can result in individuals developing an unhealthy relationship with exercise and may actually contribute to folks avoiding exercise orContinue reading 5 Fitness Myths Debunked


Coping with Coronavirus

As coronavirus infiltrates our communities, it’s common to feel worry, sadness, or even panic. Uncertain times are a breeding ground for anxiety. However, it’s possible for us to be anxious and to continue to be effective, doing what needs to be done and operating according to our values. To cope with the emotional consequences ofContinue reading Coping with Coronavirus

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Coping with Infertility

The Trauma of Infertility Coping with infertility can be one of the most trying experiences you face, with the process challenging you physically, emotionally, financially – and for many – spiritually. Often, folks struggling with infertility end up experiencing anxiety, depression, and other mental health outcomes. Relationships and responsibilities can suffer, self-esteem can plummet, andContinue reading Coping with Infertility

destination addiction

Destination Addiction

What is Destination Addiction? Are you unhappy or unsettled but believe that happiness is just around the corner if you can only find the right home, the perfect partner, or a new job? Are you constantly looking to move, to upgrade, or to change something up with the hopes that things will suddenly improve? IsContinue reading Destination Addiction


Anger: Accepting and Decoding

Popular psychology and many therapists will tell you that anger is a cover-up or defense for other emotions, namely hurt, sadness, or fear. It is true that, in some cases, we might “lead” with anger, when underneath that, we’re struggling with feelings of sadness, anxiety, or vulnerability. But sometimes, anger is simply anger, and acceptingContinue reading Anger: Accepting and Decoding