Understanding and Treating PTSD

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), regardless of its cause, takes a heavier toll than it is widely known on the mind and behavior of its victims. PTSD sufferers feel, think and behave as in a state of prolonged, and for some even unending, stress reaction. This disorder of the mind strikes after a traumatic event has disrupted a person’s life. Immediately […]

Scientists Could have Just Healed AIDS By using CRISPR

Using the CRISPR/Cas9 gene modifying technique, may at Forehead University contain eliminated HIV-1 Genetic from T cell genomes in the research laboratory experiments, a move that would eliminate reinfection after the muscle were re-exposed with the virus. New information is improving the way to some sort of eventual solution for patients infected with HIV, herpes that causes Allows. In a […]

Loss and Recovery

Written by: Max Merritt, M.A. The great H. Norman Wright once wrote that the most important element in recovering from loss is to remain connected to other people.  This has no doubt been even more difficult if you have experienced a loss due to COVID-19 where some have not been able to reconnect with others at all.  Not only has […]

After “I Do”

Written by: Kellie Gwaltney, M.A. Whether you’ve been married 5 months or 25 years, every couple has its disagreements and conflicts. Merging two different personalities is no easy task. From finances and in-laws to communication and sex, there are hurdles every couple has to cross. Dealing with these issues early can keep the relationship on better footing. And the benefits […]

May is Mental Health Month

For me personally, I feel as if every day of every month is revolving around Mental Health as I try to live my best quality of life with Bipolar 1 Disorder. However, we’re lucky that we get a month designated towards celebrating and embracing us living with mental illness! I want to bring up Mental Health Month because since my […]

Social Media: How It Relates to Depression and Anxiety

Think about the number of times you open a social media application on your smart phone every day. Did you know that recent research says that viewing social media apps such as Facebook and Instagram on a regular basis can increase the likelihood of experiencing depression and anxiety? When you think about it, it does actually makes sense. I frequently […]

3 (Technological) Happiness Hacks

You needn’t lay by in addition to wait for happiness to come to you'll; you can decide to grab it virtually whenever you want. What models of choices give you happiness? Many involve primary a healthy lifestyle, wish healthy body system goes hand-in-hand that has a healthy brain. Happy people tend to eat much better, exercise more, and get better […]

Love Is In The Air

Written by: Kellie Gwaltney, M.A. Valentine’s Day is upon us. Regardless of how you feel about the holiday, in one way or another, it brings our thoughts towards love. Whether you’ve been together for one month or 40 years, everyone wants to love and be loved by their significant other. While this may look differently to all us, there are […]

The Path to Reconciliation

Written by: Alice D. Hoag, Ed.D. “I’m sorry. I was wrong. Please forgive me.” These words are often cited as facilitating the process of forgiveness. While helpful, they are woefully inadequate when attempting a reconciliation in the face of serious wounding and betrayal, such as infidelity and/or abuse. When an individual has been betrayed, their world turns upside down, their […]

When Career Stress Feels Like a Mental Illness

“James” walked into my office and met with me for the first time.  He talked about how he was having the following symptoms: Feeling sad or depressed for several weeks Unmotivated to go to work Reduced appetite Difficulty sleeping Lack of interest in leisure activities At first I thought he was experiencing symptoms of depression, and he may have qualified […]