As we celebrate pride this month, it is important to remain safe…
As we celebrate Pride this month, it is important to remain safe. So, we will be going through different ways to stay safe during parades and protests alike. Pride Safety Dress for the weather, and wear sunscreen if you will be outdoors. Bring water and stay hydrated! You can’t have fun if you’re having heatContinue reading “Pride and Protesting Safety”
Having a child, be it through birth or adoption, can be a wonderful and exciting experience for parents. But sometimes it is not so wonderful, your baby might have colic and won’t stop crying, your toddlers are constantly fighting, the house is always being torn apart, or you might even be experiencing symptoms of postpartumContinue reading “Postpartum Depression”
Finding the right counselor can be a challenge, especially if it’s anxiety inducing to meet new people and open up. But know that it is the job of the counselor to approach you warmly, without judgement. If you do feel judged or criticized, perhaps that person isn’t the right fit. Ideally, you should be ableContinue reading “Finding the Right Counselor”
For this edition of the Mental Health Blog, in recognition of the month of April, we’re doing something a little different. Because I myself have Autism Spectrum Disorder, I’m going to be providing a little background information about autism and then write about my own personal experiences with it. I hope that my experience canContinue reading “Autism Acceptance”
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