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Seeking Virtual Help – There’s An App For That

October is National Depression & Mental Health Awareness Month, and organizations across the globe are promoting awareness and education. Encouraging individuals to seek help and for others to help destigmatize mental health. There’s been a growing trend of people turning to digital communication for guidance and support in the pandemic climate. Now that all of [...]

Corporate Courage

By: Schatzie Brunner “Courage” doesn’t seem to be a word we associate with the corporate workplace. But our current pace of life may be dictating the necessity to exhibit courage in an entirely different way than how we have thought about it in the past. We are all bombarded by information [...]

Having the Courage to Care for Others

By: Schatzie Brunner Compassion takes courage. And if you ever doubted it, turn the news on later and see how thousands of people aren’t just feeling compassionate after the horrific death of George Floyd but using the language of peaceful protests to demonstrate how deeply they feel compassion for those who [...]

Anxiety

By: Schatzie Brunner Let’s talk about anxiety, the first cousin of depression. (And by the way, I got this information from the American Psychiatric Foundation.) Everyone experiences anxiety, and it can be useful in avoiding dangerous situations.  Or in motivating you to solve problems.  But that’s normal anxiety, which is not [...]

You’re Not Listening!

By: Schatzie Brunner There is an important new book on the market, entitled You’re Not Listening by Kate Murphy. The subtitle is What You’re Missing and Why It Matters, written by Murphy, a reporter from Houston, Texas. The author makes some critical points which are relevant to our concerns about depression [...]

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