Direct from Dr. Lowenstein
The last 10 months or so have been difficult for everyone. Yet despite it all, some people naturally manage to remain more optimistic than others. If you’re a glass-is-half-empty type of person, you may need some help to see things on the bright side. Here
The COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for everyone, and families are certainly no exception. In addition to the obvious threat of illness, the pandemic has impacted lives in many ways, from job and income loss to virtual or hybrid schooling. These sudden changes have shattered
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to upend life as we know it, people living in northern climates may be hit harder than ever with seasonal affective disorder, also known as SAD or simply seasonal depression. Some people even refer to this seasonal funk as the
Divorce is difficult for everyone involved, and an unexpected divorce can feel absolutely devastating. But it may be a more common experience than you think. According to the American Psychological Association, 40 to 50 percent of married couples in the United States go through a divorce.
As we enter the eighth month of the pandemic, what can people do to help keep their mental health intact? Although it may be difficult to envision at this time, one day the pandemic will be behind us. Until then – and especially as the
It’s no surprise that a global health pandemic has led to widespread anxiety as people try to protect themselves and loved ones from COVID-19. Individuals have changed the way they work, learn, and socialize to accommodate safety precautions and policies like social distancing. But in