Today’s high-stress environment is an opportunity to reset how our brains deal with stressful situations.
By challenging negative self-talk and replacing pessimistic thoughts with more positive ones, people can learn how to become more optimistic.
Abuse, neglect, social isolation and the pressures of online learning: the coronavirus has robbed many students of valuable face-to-face guidance.
Emotions have the greatest influence on how we learn, process, communicate, set goals and organize our lives. Emotional health needs to be a primary focus.
Struggles can take us by surprise. Learning healthy ways to move through adversity can help us cope better and recover more quickly.
With increasing numbers of people isolated because of quarantine and social distancing, COVID-19 is not the only public health threat we should be worried about—loneliness is one as well.