Tip – April 10

Daily Tip

Expect for some things to go wrong and practice acceptance. One of the things that causes distress is when our expectations and realty are divergent. Counter this by recognizing that there will be times that things are not going well and that this is to be expected. You will handle these types of situations better […]

Tip – April 9

Daily Tip

Don’t forget to eat well. One of the things we know about people is that we are prone to take the easy route when faced with options. In terms of food this means convenient, but often less healthy, choices that require less effort to prepare. To improve your well-being take time to make yourself healthy […]

Tip – April 8

Daily Tip

Although it will be tempting to spend all day on social media or watching television, exercise is still a key component of mental wellness. Find time each day, ideally 30-minutes, where you can get your heart rate up and increase the blood flow to your brain. This has the effect of providing more oxygen to […]

Tip – April 7

Daily Tip

Try to stick to a routine. One of the reasons that orders to shelter-in-place or self-isolate are so difficult is because there is a major disruption to our routine. Human beings thrive on predictability and patterns of behavior. Because of this it’s important to find a way to establish new patterns of behavior that become […]

Tip – April 6

Daily Tip

Don’t forget about normal and regular self-care. Specifically, be sure to follow the same dress and grooming patterns you have in the past. Just because you are not going out and socializing like you may have in the past doesn’t mean that it’s no longer important to take time to do the normal things. For […]

Tip – April 5

Daily Tip

Human behavior is goal driven and intended to meet our basic needs. When we can’t do things like we’ve always done them it makes it more difficult to get those needs met. However, it’s important to remember there is more than one way to meet the same need. For example, if you get your need […]