Kind acts are a simple way to do a good thing: they can be done from home or out in the world, they can support the mental health of ourselves and those around us, and they can simply spread a bit of joy.Read More
As we begin to move back to campus and many of us search for a way to build and strengthen our communities, group exercise — both virtual and in-person — can be a great way to build those connections. And of course, an exercise community can be a motivator to build exercise habits and get a better workout!Read More
At some point, we’ve probably heard the words “We regret to inform you…” But rejection emails don’t need to be the end of our careers. Knowing about the effects of failure and rejection on our health, and having strategies to deal with these types of situations can help us turn our rejections into opportunities.
In this article, I hope to clarify the meaning of loneliness and to provide strategies on how we can alleviate loneliness in both ourselves and our loved ones. Most of all, if you are experiencing loneliness, I want you to know that your feelings are completely valid, and not matter how lonely you may feel, you are not alone.Read More