Therapy: Debunking Myths and Different Types

Therapy: Debunking Myths and Different Types

“How does that make you feel?” When the word therapy comes to mind, many people might picture a therapist leaning back in an armchair, asking this very same question. While therapists do want to explore your feelings, that isn’t the sole focus or purpose of a therapy...
Toxic Positivity: The Harsh Reality

Toxic Positivity: The Harsh Reality

During the pandemic, the media has seemingly bombarded us with the compulsory need to be positive. While positivity can certainly help individuals cope with uncertainties and fears, there is a point where positivity extends into the territory known as toxic...
Supporting Children Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

Supporting Children Through the COVID-19 Pandemic

When we think of therapy, crayons and puppets might not be the first things to come to mind. Maybe you think of sitting on a couch and talking through your troubles, but when children require psychological attention, a direct approach is not always the best approach....
Misophonia: Misconceptions and Management

Misophonia: Misconceptions and Management

Chewing, yawning, sniffling, whistling, pen clicking and sometimes even heavy breathing. These are all common sounds that we make or hear in our everyday lives. For some people, however, these can prove to be very triggering. If that’s the case, it could be classified...
The Benefits of Running on Mental Health

The Benefits of Running on Mental Health

Ever since I was in middle school, I have been an avid runner. I started out running small distances, maybe a mile at most, but eventually I worked my way up until I found myself running multiple races and even a half marathon. I started running to get into better...
Ways to Increase Your Water Intake

Ways to Increase Your Water Intake

More people than ever before are working from home-juggling kids, pets, and other daily responsibilities. Due to this, daily caffeine intake may have increased (I know mine has). However, as our coffee intake increases, our water intake tends to decrease. Water plays...
E-Racing the Blues South

E-Racing the Blues South

Please join us for our virtual E-Racing the Blues Suicide Prevention Walk, Rehoboth style. If you can’t walk on the boardwalk, think boardwalk and the long-awaited spring. Please try to get out and walk during the weekend of May 1 & 2 to show support for May is...
April 7th is National Alcohol Screening Day

April 7th is National Alcohol Screening Day

“Alcohol isn’t a drug!” I retorted to the substance abuse counselor at my university. I had been taken into the facility the night before because I had passed out at a party and spent the night at the university health center. All my other friends drank a lot too, but...