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6 Tips for Managing Life Transitions

Transitions are a natural part of life, but that doesn't mean they're easy. You find comfort in routine, and a change in the status quo can put you on edge or make you feel lost. The things you’ve once taken for granted are no longer a part of your day-to-day life, and with that, comes [...]

6 Signs of a Toxic Relationship

Relationships are supposed to be a source of comfort and support. What do you do when your relationship is more emotionally draining than fulfilling? Recognizing and addressing relationship problems is not easy. All relationships have their ups and downs, but when you and your partner are always in conflict, it may be time to reach [...]

7 Tips to Parenting During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Parenting is difficult at any time, but the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to light many new challenges. If you're a parent, you're probably familiar with the stress and worry that so many other families are reporting right now. Trying to support and care for your kids while the world is in crisis can feel impossible, [...]

Coping Mechanisms: How Do You Function in Times of Stress?

Coping mechanisms are complicated psychological processes. Everyone has different habits they fall back on when times get tough, and in many cases, these behaviors are completely ingrained in our minds. You may have either positive or negative coping mechanisms, so recognizing your habits is a helpful way to improve your mental and emotional health. You [...]

Choosing a Therapist in Los Angeles

No two therapists are exactly alike, so your choice of therapist can have a big impact on your overall experience with mental health treatment. Choosing a therapist can be especially difficult in Los Angeles because there are so many diverse practitioners. It's great to have all of these options, but it can certainly be overwhelming, [...]

Six Strategies for Building Self-trust

Usually, when we think about trust, we think of trusting others. Trust is an important quality in any relationship, whether it's familial, romantic, or professional. It doesn't always involve another party, though. We also have to trust ourselves. Self-trust is one of the best qualities you can develop to improve your emotional and mental health. [...]

Pandemic Fatigue: 5 Ways Moms Can Prevent Burnout

As a mom, you are definitely familiar with exhaustion, but the burnout you are probably feeling during the COVID-19 pandemic is extreme. New responsibilities, more time at home, and the overall stress and anxiety throughout the world can affect your mental health, and it's important to recognize when you're experiencing pandemic fatigue. Here are some [...]

Four Ways to Stop Being Self-conscious

Self-consciousness is a complicated experience, but it's a natural part of being human. Understanding what self-consciousness is and what causes it can help you recognize your own self-conscious thoughts and emotions, which is a great way to improve your mental health. What Is Self-consciousness? Self-consciousness is your awareness of yourself and the way others perceive [...]

Avoidant Personality Disorder vs Social Anxiety

Social anxiety and avoidant personality disorder both involve an extreme fear and avoidance of social interaction. These disorders are very similar, but they do have some key differences. Sometimes, one disorder is mistaken for the other. You may have been diagnosed with social anxiety at one point and avoidant personality at another. Understanding the difference [...]

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