Doom Scrolling: What it Is, Why it’s Harmful, & Tips to AvoidDoom Scrolling: What it Is, Why it’s Harmful, & Tips to AvoidDoom Scrolling: What it Is, Why it’s Harmful, & Tips to Avoid You’ve done it, I’ve done it, we’ve all done it: waste hours scrolling endlessly on social media, filling our brains with…
Our brain is continually growing and changing well into our nineties. Getting better at looking for, savoring, and sharing good experiences inclines your mind in that direction. Research has found that keeping a gratitude journal or thinking of 3 good things that happened each day forces you to scan for the positives.
All of us will experience pain and stress, but the brain has some smart ways to protect us. Here is how to get prepared for periods of adversity.
Prior to the pandemic, one in 5 adults and children struggled with a mental health issue. That number is now one in 4. Whether you have kids or are around them, this is the perfect time to have conversations about mental health. It is all of our jobs to create a safety zone where kids feel safe to talk about their feelings and emotions.
Parents see own health spiral as their kids’ mental illnesses worsen https://www.cbsnews.com/news/parents-health-caregivers-kids-mental-illnesses/