One of the biggest complaints that I hear this time of year is "I just can't stop eating sweets!"...
If you find yourself struggling this holiday season, consider these suggestions for ways to manage your mental wellness:
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Eating disorders can affect people of any age, race, gender, or socioeconomic status, though many still do not know the warning signs of various eating disorders or their potential side effects. Roughly 28.8 million Americans experience an eating disorder at some point in their lives, and many never receive treatment for their disorder. Research even shows that eating disorders have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic!
Do you feel more on-edge during the Holiday Season? Not only do you have your every day stress, but you also have financial stress, pressure of shopping, more events on your calendar, and lots of people to connect with. Today Jolee Eckert, Therapist and Clinical Director, is talking to us about Managing Holiday Stress.
Do you find yourself struggling with stress on a daily basis? If you’re like most people you probably answered yes to some extent. One thing that most people don’t know is that this is normal! Yes, it’s normal for people to get stressed because life can be stressful sometimes. However, this doesn’t mean that you have to be suffering as well.
We often expect pregnancy and the newborn period to be a time of joy and happiness. What often isn’t talked about is how this period can be a vulnerable time for parents. It may surprise you to learn that postpartum depression is the most common and under-diagnosed complication in America.
It’s not easy. For most, it’s a lifelong cycle of eating “good” and then slipping up and eating “bad” and then eventually feeling so sick with ourselves that we drag ourselves up, fill our fridge with fruits, vegetables, and other “health” foods, and start again.