mental health

September 19, 2020
Defining Trauma: The Similarities in Our Histories

Defining Trauma: The Similarities in Our Histories

Many people experiencing trauma can feel lonely or isolated from their friends or family. They may feel as though those closest to them do not understand […]
September 8, 2020
Mindfulness: Accepting Yourself and Everything Else

Mindfulness: Accepting Yourself and Everything Else

Mindfulness has been a prominent term in recovery literature in recent years. Major elements of mindfulness have been adopted from Eastern philosophies, deriving largely from Taoism, […]
August 4, 2020
The Dangers of a Competitive Sports Mindset

The Dangers of a Competitive Sports Mindset

Competition is a cornerstone of many pastimes for many people. Those in recovery may even find that engaging in a sport is a great way to […]
August 2, 2020
Safe Spaces Are Created, Not Found

Safe Spaces Are Created, Not Found

Each person needs access to their own safe space. Whether someone is going through recovery from an addiction or mental health disorders, or simply just is […]