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Understanding Postpartum Depression

The first few months of motherhood and meeting your new baby is a time of joy and happiness for many (not to mention mild stress and sleep deprivation, of course). But what happens when your experience is very different from this?

Tips for Creating a Spiritual Blog That Truly Inspires

Starting your own blog where you will write about philosophies of how the world works, about religion, about spiritual travels, and much more, can be extraordinarily rewarding.  In this way, you can easily send your message to masses of people, to create communities around you and your ideas, and finally, to get paid for doing […]

Fighting the Stigma around Mental Health and Addiction

Discrimination of any kind is reprehensible. Pigeon-holing people based on this or that trait or condition is unethical on every level. When it comes to the bias that exists around those suffering from a mental health disorder or addiction, the end result can be nothing short of devastating. Those battling these afflictions are often branded […]

Sleep Tips For People Who Suffer From Anxiety

One of the worst feelings is lying awake at night consumed by anxious thoughts as you watch the time pass hour by hour, unable to get the restful sleep you deserve. Over 40 million Americans struggle with anxiety, and whether you know it or not, it can be negatively impacting your quality of sleep. 

How Peers Can Help First Responders in Need of Support

First responders—including police officers, firefighters, and emergency medical service workers—face mental health struggles at disproportionately high rates. Repeated exposure to death and disaster in their fields causes emotional trauma that can lead to anxiety, depression, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and suicide. In fact, a report commissioned by the Ruderman Family Foundation found police and firefighters […]