National Bullying Prevention Month

National Bullying Prevention Month

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. A month dedicated to not only help prevent bullying, but also raise awareness about bullying and promote kindness and inclusion. Studies have reported that at least 20% of students ages 12-18 experience bullying...
Managing Your ADHD at Work

Managing Your ADHD at Work

ADHD. While many of us may associate Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder with children, an estimated 2.5% of adults also battle this diagnosis. For those of us who are in the working world, getting distracted is a common occurrence-especially as many of us...
How to Build a Healthy Support System

How to Build a Healthy Support System

Have you ever needed someone to rely on, but they were not there for you when you needed them the most? Have you ever felt alone and just wanted to talk to someone about your life? Have you been in situations with people that you felt were harmful or could have caused...
Vision Boards: Create Your Future

Vision Boards: Create Your Future

Dreams are powerful reflections of our deepest desires. As children, we create our own magical fairy tales: we travel to Mars and start a village, we fall in love with The One and live happily ever after, or we move to a tropical island where we drink out of coconuts...
2021 Delaware Peer Support Summit

2021 Delaware Peer Support Summit

Peer Support. This concept that has been around since the 1970s, but came to Delaware around 40 years later. Peer Support, specifically Peer Support Specialists, are individuals who have personal, lived experience with mental health and/or substance abuse, as well as...
Coffee: Does it Make Anxiety Worse?

Coffee: Does it Make Anxiety Worse?

I don’t know about you, but I’m not sure I could go a day without at least one cup of coffee. Well, I could, but I simply choose not to. It’s a good source of energy and honestly, is just a great way to start my mornings. That being said, two cups are generally pretty...
The Link Between Mental Health and Your Gut

The Link Between Mental Health and Your Gut

Have you ever heard someone refer to the gut as “the second brain”? This is because our gut-brain connection is stronger than you might realize. Like the brain, your gut is filled with nerves called the enteric nervous system or ENS. Feelings, such as anger, sadness...
E-Racing the Blues Walk for Mental Health

E-Racing the Blues Walk for Mental Health

E-RACING THE BLUES FOR MENTAL HEALTH WALK: WE ARE GOING LIVE!!! Please join us on October 2, 2021 at 10AM for our annual E-Racing the Blues Walk for Mental Health and Fun Fest, to be held at Glasgow Park, Pavilion #1 in Newark, DE. We are so excited to be able to walk...
The Benefits of Yoga and How to Begin

The Benefits of Yoga and How to Begin

The practice of yoga, bringing together both mind and body, has been around for years. Although there are many different types of yoga, most of them focus on movement, meditation, and deep breathing exercises. Over the years, yoga has become a popular tool in helping...