Ways to Manage and Cope with Stress

By Katherine Ponte, BA, JD, MBA, CPRP | Jan. 13, 2020
In order to manage stress, we need to know the warning signs that stress levels are too high and learn healthy coping techniques. Here are a few to get started.

6 Ways You Can Help a Loved One on Their Healing Journey

By Shainna Ali | Dec. 26, 2019

Unfortunately, there are no foolproof guidelines for helping your loved one on their journey towards recovery. However, you can connect to your intentions, convey compassion and maintain your own self-care while empowering your loved one regardless of where they are in their healing journey.

Sobriety is Not Boring

By Hunter Keegan | Dec. 23, 2019
"Regardless of your past, you are in charge of your life, and you have the ability to make positive choices. Don’t let uninformed or misguided statements like 'sobriety is boring' discourage you from pursuing a healthier, happier life."

Beyond the Baby Blues: Depression During and After Pregnancy

By Pamela Wright-Etter, M.D. | Dec. 18, 2019
Many of us have heard the term “baby blues,” when a mother feels tired, worried or down for a few days after having a baby. But when a new mother has significant symptoms for weeks during or after the pregnancy, it may be postpartum depression. 
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