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Replace Social Media with Mindful Media

Replace Social Media with Mindful Media

Social media is now synonymous with overreaching advertising. From a business perspective, it’s an extremely efficient marketing tool. But from the mental health standpoint, social media has morphed into a behemoth of toxic addiction that causes depression and...

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Effort, not Force

Effort, not Force

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.” Aristotle once gifted us with this empowering nugget of wisdom, and it rings truer than ever. In today’s world of burnout infused burnout topped with a glaze of burnout, we must learn...

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Is Nature-Deficit Disorder a Thing?

Is Nature-Deficit Disorder a Thing?

With the swift rise of a digital world reducing the need to leave the comfort and luxuries of one’s own home, humans are more out of touch with the great outdoors than ever. Considering live streaming, grocery delivery, Amazon 2-day shipping, FaceTime/Zoom, work from...

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Adult Summer Camps? YES!

Adult Summer Camps? YES!

Summer is upon us! For kids, that generally means a break from school, more time to go to the pool, a chance to hang out with friends, and even go on vacations or summer camps to have blissful fun and make lasting memories. But as a whole grown-up with a job and...

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Singing is Good for the Soul

Singing is Good for the Soul

The art of music and singing have been around since the very beginning of humanity. People have been playing instruments and using their voices to make melodies for thousands of years. The styles and techniques of music have changed and evolved to reflect the times,...

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Our Thoughts on Collective Effervescence

Our Thoughts on Collective Effervescence

The Roaring Twenties. Hitler’s Germany in the days leading up to WWII. The global COVID-19 Pandemic. What’s the common denominator here? Collective effervescence. Each of these subsets of history encapsulated overarching themes of emotional consensus. There were...

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It Costs Money to Give People Money!

It Costs Money to Give People Money!

Starting up as a sole proprietor in private practice is very interesting, financially speaking. Most times, you treat the business bank account as your personal bank account because – for all intents and purposes – it is. (That is until you get yourself a really good...

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Finding Black Mental Health Folks

Finding Black Mental Health Folks

Representation matters. Seeing someone who looks like you on TV, or in a book, or representing you in government is a key component to self-realizing your own unique potential (which was always there, regardless of if society deems you worthy in the moment; you are...

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It’s the Money, Duh

It’s the Money, Duh

The mental health ecosystem has been financially neglected for decades. The result: this reality that we find ourselves in, as depicted by a sobering graph from the New York Times of people who literally reached out for help and gave up before getting it. Let that...

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No Wrong Door to the Right Therapy

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The NFL and Mental Health

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