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A Word for the New Year
January 8, 2021

As we enter this new year many of you may be breathing a sigh of relief to have made it through 2020. For me personally, I think making it through 2020 was an accomplishment for all of us and,...

New Year, Same High Expectations
January 1, 2021

At the end of every year, we can be sure that a new year is coming soon. We can also be sure that talk of resolutions will be coming as well. New Year’s resolutions can provide an exciting change....

Perfection
December 21, 2020

Perfection. We desire to be the perfect friend, perfect parent, perfect student, perfect athlete, and the list continues through different roles and environments we engage in. Perfection, though, is just as unattainable as it is tempting. That being said,...

Self-Stewardship
December 21, 2020

Self-care has almost become an art on social media where one can find hedonistic ways of pleasuring one’s body with massages, products, and procedures, as well as indulgent ways of pampering one’s soul with romance, hobbies, and other pleasant...

Americans’ Mental Health Ratings Sink to New Low
December 18, 2020

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Americans’ latest assessment of their mental health is worse than it has been at any point in the last two decades. Seventy-six percent of U.S. adults rate their mental health positively, representing a nine-point decline from...

The Importance of Giving
December 16, 2020

During the year, we have had many ups and downs. Throughout the months, we have been focused on survival and how to take care of our own household. This is understandable, we have to help ourselves before we are...

Family Connection
December 9, 2020

In today’s society, it is easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of life. There can be so many “to-do’s” that distract us from being with each other and truly connecting. You may ask yourself, “How can...

Coping through COVID Pandemic with Stephen Walters
November 13, 2020

While this year’s COVID-19 pandemic has threatened our physical health, it has also deeply impacted our mental health. Rev. Stephen Walters of the Summit Counseling Center in metro Atlanta shares his thoughts on coping through Covid, dealing with anxiety,...

Returning to the School Building
October 16, 2020

Kids have been out of school for almost 7 months and families are now figuring out if, and when, their kids will return to school. The uncertainty of “what is best” can cause stress on families. Changes and transitions...

These Mental Health Crises Ended in Fatal Police Encounters. Now, Some Communities are Trying a New Approach
October 13, 2020

Author: Christina Maxouris, CNN When Miles Hall’s hallucinations and erratic behavior returned, his mother did what she had always done: She gave police a heads up. The next day, June 2, 2019, Walnut Creek, California, police responded to multiple...