Mental Wellness

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4 Best Practices to Prevent Self-Sabotage in Young Adults

Mental health is as important as physical health. Therefore, addressing concerns that most young adults struggle with today is an excellent way to mitigate issues that lead to further mental health degradation—one of which is self-sabotage. Self-sabotage is a behavior exhibited by a person who may hold back on everything that they do. In their …

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Success through Self-Discovery: Helping Teenagers Find Their Way

In today’s fast-paced world, the meaning of success has been blurred with how much you’re worth, the size of your bank account, and the magnitude of your influence. However, all these things are temporary and can quickly disappear in unexpected circumstances.  True success is accomplishing what you are passionate about and serving your purpose with …

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4 Steps to Help Overwhelmed Students Perform Better

Student life is already stressful as it is, with tons of workload, high expectations, and extracurricular activities to boot. But now, teens are finding their high school experience taken away from them with remote learning. Add that to the already stressful situation everyone is experiencing, and you can see how students’ mental health could be …

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4 Ways Seniors and Aging Adults Can Benefit From Exercise

As we’ve already mentioned in our article on exercises for senior citizens, it’s never too late to start living a more active lifestyle. It’s a common misconception that exercise becomes optional once you get older. In fact, the opposite is true. Exercise becomes even more vital to maintaining good health for people who are advanced …

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