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988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is Active

Good news! There’s a new way to access help if you or a loved one are in the throes of a mental health crisis. On July 16, the United States officially transitioned from the 10-digit National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for around-the-clock crisis care to a

Adjusting to Life after Divorce

Maybe divorce was not what you expected in life. On the other hand, maybe you’re relieved that your marriage is over. Circumstances vary, so divorce can mean very different things to different people. Even if you’re not grieving, divorce typically results in a major life

Give Your Mental Health a Post-Pandemic Reboot

Like many, you may have emerged from the pandemic feeling a bit wounded. Maybe you lost a job—or even a loved one. Or maybe you experienced feelings of extreme sadness, loneliness, and isolation. Mental health issues are at record high levels, prompting many experts to

ADHD: It’s not just for kids!

Over the past few decades, much of the conversation surrounding attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been in the context of young children and teens. As it turns out, however, many adults suffer with the same disorder. They just aren’t aware of it. They only

Are you experiencing parenting burnout?

If you’re like many working parents these days, there’s a good chance you’ve been facing some unprecedented parenting challenges throughout the pandemic. From school closings and lack of childcare to entire families working, learning and playing under the same roof, it could be argued that

Talking with Children and Teens about Hate Crimes

As Americans grapple with the recent racially motivated mass shooting in Buffalo, parents may be wondering how to talk with their kids about the incident—and about hate crimes in general. It’s important to help children understand what happened, address their concerns and fears, and maybe

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