None of us are happy with the conditions on the ground right now—being stuck at home, juggling work obligations or being out of work while navigating stir-crazy children, worrying about health and safety and what on earth will happen next.
Having been diagnosed in my early 40s, I lived a sizable chunk of my life marinating in confusion and negative inner dialogue before understanding what was happening to me.
As women, part of us will always miss the body and skin of our youth, but not one of us would choose to go back to the uncertainty and self-consciousness connected to those years.
Years ago, I grappled with situational depression following a really tough period in my marriage. That was the first time I ever had to deal with it first hand.
January is National Thyroid Awareness Month. Women over 40 should get their thyroid tested regularly.
We spend years building careers, homes and acquiring things, but how much time do we put into developing our mindsets so we can look at things in a more productive way?
Does anyone do the “Dry January” challenge and feel like it is worth it? I don’t think I will ever give it a try and here are 9 reasons why.
Depression is not something you can just use will power to overcome. It robs you of your will power. It actually affects your thought patterns and thought process.
Why it is hard for some of us to meditate? If you are like me, you always have a lot on your mind and it is hard to turn it off.
All of them gladly wrote me prescriptions, but when I looked at the side effects of the medications they advocated, they sounded worse then the maladies I was experiencing.