How A Clean, Tidy Living Space Can Help Boost Your Mental Health | Guest Post by Jane Sandwood

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“On the macro level, there is an attachment to our place, but on the micro level, it’s our possessions that we identify with,” says Joseph Ferrari, Professor of Psychology at DePaul University in Chicago. In a 2016 study published in the Journal of Environmental Psychology, Ferrari and associates found that clutter has a big impact on mental […]

How An *Actual* Healthy Relationship Can Help Your Mental Health | By Sara Nutaitis

I have the word actual marked so its more noticeable in the title. This was not an accident. I mean actual healthy relationships, not seemingly healthy relationships. That’s important. Last year at this time, I was in a seemingly healthy relationship. I THOUGHT I wanted to be with my (now) ex forever, I THOUGHT I […]

Mental Health Basics: All You Need to Know | Guest Post by Allison Staley

Experiencing a mental problem can be scary, confusing and unsettling especially when it happens for the first time. To some people, it could feel like a sign of weakness or even loss of mind preventing the affected person from sharing or even seeking help due to fear of stigmatization. Unfortunately, when a person fails to […]

How Bisexual Erasure Impacts Mental Health in Bisexual Individuals | Guest Post by Kate Harveston

Members of the LGBTQ+ community such as myself understand minority stress all too well. We know that we run a higher risk of mental health disorders — anyone who needs to fight for their very right to exist in a non-inclusive society understands how the battle fatigue can wear you down over time. However, as […]

5 Realities of Grief That Will Make Coping More Manageable | Guest Post By Nat Juchems

Loss is something we all will experience, at some point in our lives. But, this fact doesn’t make this painful process any easier. When you lose someone you love, your life is irrevocably changed. This painful experience can be impossibly difficult to accept as reality. Even when you attend a memorial service or take home […]