A psychologist calls out 3 ways the Internet has polluted romance

Technology and the Internet are changing our behavior in romantic relationships. sometimes l … [+] worst. GT Technology has brought us closer in many ways, broadening our concepts of how we organize our lives and interact with the people we care about. Dating apps have made it easier to meet new people. Social media helps … Read more

Teenagers carry a mental health risk in their pockets

Naomi Ishisaka of The Seattle Times Every generation worries about what a particular cultural shift is doing to the minds of our youth. When I Was a Kid in the mid-’80s, Tipper Gore and the Parents’ Music Resource Center would come after rock and rap for what they considered obscene and explicit lyrics, which led … Read more

How to balance work, mental health, and friendships

Thema Bryant’s list of career accomplishments is undeniably impressive. As of 2023, she is the President of the American Psychological Association. Bryant is also a Professor of Psychology at Pepperdine University where she directs the Culture and Trauma Research Laboratory. Prior to that, she was a coordinator for the SHARE program at Princeton University which … Read more

WVU Pediatrics is the first in the region to apply a device to treat chest wall deformities | Weston Lifestyles

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Governor holds hearing on mental health ahead of state budget negotiations

RACINE – Gov. Tony Evers was in town Wednesday for a hearing with community leaders about programs in place to help those with mental health issues. The message from the community has been that the programs are there, but the needs are great and growing, and they could use additional funding to expand. Evers said … Read more

Don’t let SMART fitness goals stop you from dreaming big

picture: duet band g (Clash) If you had big aspirations for 2023—a big deadlift, a marathon, a change in your body size—I’m sure you didn’t translate those aspirations into the limited fail-the-box check of the SMART goal. but me an act I hope you’ve set yourself some SMART goals to guide you through the process. … Read more

Sleep is key to good mental health for seniors

By Dennis Mann, Healthday Reporter (health day) 9, 2023 (HealthDay News) — Older women who don’t stick to a set sleep-wake schedule may be more likely to suffer from feelings of depression and anxiety — even if they get a normal amount of zzzs. Furthermore, a postmenopausal woman who goes to bed early and wakes … Read more

Tips for promoting mental health

January is Mental Health Month, which highlights the importance of integrating mental, emotional, and physical health to improve overall health and wellness. Psychological wellness is an important factor when making difficult choices, dealing with stress, and dealing with others. “Mental wellness includes the ability to deal effectively with life’s difficulties, being aware of your abilities … Read more

Good parental leave gives a huge boost to a mother’s mental health

By Dennis Mann, Healthday Reporter (health day) THURSDAY, Jan. 5, 2023 (HealthDay News) — Generous parental leave policies at work can work wonders for a new mom’s mental health. These are among the key messages from a new review of 45 studies looking at how parental leave policies affect father and mother’s mental health. Mothers … Read more