Author Archives: Writer

Best Ways to Manage Stress When You Feel Like You’re Always on the Go

You wouldn’t have a tough time arguing that living and working in the United States has become extraordinarily stressful. Raising and managing a family in a world of intense division and unforeseen social pressure is exceptionally challenging. What’s more, many people still lead bustling lives that require them to spend time out and about: commuting, […]

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COVID Fatigue and Anger

In March 2020, the world began to shut down when the novel coronavirus pandemic started to claim victims. Since then, the residents of the United States have been forced to live in a way we’re unaccustomed to. Political turmoil and public regulations have forced many to have a growing sense that there is little end […]

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Election Years and Mental Health in America

There’s no doubt about it. When the time for the presidential election arrives, it can be difficult to maintain positive mental health in America. The reason is more complicated than simply “politics are rough right now.” Politics certainly seem more vicious than they have been to date, but there’s more to it than that. Many […]

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Benefits of Yoga on the Mind and Body

By now, yoga is practically inescapable—even if you haven’t tried this mental and physical exercise for yourself, chances are you’re at least familiar with it. Yoga, which is both a form of exercise and a spiritual practice, focuses on disciplining the mind, body and breath. It uses a series of gentle (but challenging) stretches to […]

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Why Homeschooling During COVID-19 Is a Problem for Mom, Dad and the Kids

We’ve been living under the specter of COVID-19 for over six months now, and as Americans adjust to the new normal, many families are buckling under the strain. Parents are determining whether they can juggle work, homeschooling their kids and other everyday responsibilities. This is balanced with the very real threat of the novel coronavirus […]

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