By Jarrette Wright-Booker LPC, CAADC Many people think depression looks like sadness, staying in the bed, and poor hygiene. All in that order. Other people think that a person must look depressed in order to be depressed. Or, that you need a reason to be depressed. For many of us experiencing depression, these ideas keep […]
By Tanya R Bankston, MA, LLPC. Today’s modern woman wears multiple hats: wife, mother, employee, entrepreneur, etc. just to name a few. To complicate matters, within each of these roles lie multifaceted responsibilities. These can require transformation of those responsibilities within a moment’s notice. Boundaries can become blurred or non-existent while expectations remain high to […]
By Tanya R Bankston, MA, LLPC So what are relationship boundaries and why are they important? I speak with people all the time about boundaries, and I often get responses such as, “I guess I don’t have boundaries, “I never took the time to talk about boundaries, or “I never thought about it.” For the […]
Dating post-pandemic? Face it, there’s a minefield out there. Is your potential partner anti-mask? Anti-Vax? Let’s unpack Covid-19 dating.
“Self-care” means more than a manicure, pedicure or some “me time” at the coffee shop. Here are 15 self-care tips to create healthy habits.