Emily Wells

How to support your loved ones during this holiday

During the holiday season, it can be challenging to constantly see advertisements of joyful people posted everywhere and not compare yourself to them. If someone is struggling with a mental illness, the emotions they are feeling may not match what they think they’re supposed to feel around the holidays. This may also be true for[…..]

Holiday Healthy Habits

It’s that time of year! Despite how unpredictable and stressful 2020 has been, the holidays are here, and the end of the year is drawing near. For some of us, the holidays are more stressful than enjoyable. We are all dealing with the challenge of keeping holiday traditions alive, while being safe and not putting[…..]

The Ripple Effect

How undiagnosed mental illnesses can lead to suffering in families When someone has a mental illness, it does not just impact that person. Their relationships with members of their family, like their spouse, parent, child, or sibling, can also suffer – especially when they are not receiving the help and treatment they need. In 2018,[…..]

Mental Health in Sports

Sports play an important role in many American’s lives, whether you play a sport growing up, strive to be a college or professional athlete, or gather with family and friends to watch your favorite team play. Sports bring people together. They teach people life values like the importance of leadership, hard work, competition, and being[…..]

National Hospital Week

Advice from Healthcare Professionals on Coping with Stress There is a common saying that goes, “You cannot pour from an empty cup.” It’s so common that it may be easy to brush off, while not considering the deeper meaning. However, it highlights the importance of self-care, especially for people whose occupation is caring for others.[…..]

Finding Balance

by Emily Wells What do you want to be when you grow up? Where do you want to go to college? What do you want to do with your life? What is your major? What are you interested in? Where do you see yourself in 3 years, 5 years, 10 years? … Do any of[…..]

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