One way to understand self-care is that we matter. How we think, feel, live and act matters. It matters for our survival. A beautifully selfish act, self-care is the humane, steady andRead More…


The Everyday World of Teenagers

Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Extreme Anxiety? It’s their relationship to technology and specifically, social media. This is our everyday world, too.


World Mental Health Day

The World Health Organization (WHO) is leading a one-year global campaign on depression called “Depression, Let’s Talk.” One of the highlights? World Mental Health Day. WHO estimates more than 300 million peopleRead More…


A paradigm shift

We know that physical symptoms mean something is not right with our body and require attention. We identify our symptoms, seek medical advice or intervention and find ways to take care ofRead More…