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How Exercise Supports Good Mental Health

How Exercise Supports Good Mental Health

Most of us have gotten the message that physical activity is good for us. Countless studies have shown that regular exercise helps us maintain a healthful weight and prevents maladies such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis, and others. But have you...

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Can Separate Vacations Be Good for Couples?

Can Separate Vacations Be Good for Couples?

When you and your partner discuss travel, do you ever consider the possibility of taking trips on your own? It may come as a surprise to hear that many happy, loving couples enjoy taking separate vacations – and actually, find that time on their own feeds the health...

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How Social Media May Threaten Our Mental Health

How Social Media May Threaten Our Mental Health

The advent of social media means that all of us are more connected than we have ever been in the history of time. However, our reliance on social media can have negative effects on our mental health. While social media platforms can have their benefits, relying on...

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How To Know If You’re Suffering From Depression

How To Know If You’re Suffering From Depression

Life has its ups and downs. However, there are times when our thinking and functioning are deeply impaired – and when this happens, it’s important to look for a deeper cause. Many of us show the telltale symptoms of depression, including a pervasively negative view of...

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Musicians & Perfectionism

Musicians & Perfectionism

I find that musicians have their own unique set of challenges. Musicians are often shamed into keeping quiet about their own issues such as performance anxiety and depression. They exist in a culture where people don’t ask for help and where they learn to adapt by...

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Deep Breathing Techniques to Relieve Anxiety

Deep Breathing Techniques to Relieve Anxiety

Anxiety is a part of everyday life. We feel it, and usually, with time, we are able to dismiss it. But for many, anxious thoughts are a constant presence that blocks calm thinking and healthful functioning. As a counsellor working with many kinds of people living in...

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