Is it ironic I'm writing on the Internet that you should take a break from the Internet? Perhaps. I’m not really asking you to take a break from your computer or phone. But I am asking you to look at the way you use the
Your spouse might find openness struggling with depression. But mental health issues don’t just impact the lives of those who have them. (Editors Note: Jenn and her husband are on staff with Athletes In Action. She has published many articles on marriage, family, parenting, and
Editors Note: Today’s post is written by our newest volunteer staff member. Her style and transparency are a great fit for us here at True Relationships and we are grateful to have her writing for us! Kim Yowler joined TR the last year as a
What is Self-Care? Just like it sounds, self-care means taking care of yourself…with a focus. It means being intentional about listening to your body and mind, then choosing to do something that makes you feel soothed, rejuvenated, or peaceful. As simple as that sounds, our
As we enter the second year of COVID-19, it’s important to acknowledge the impact of the pandemic on both our physical and mental health. Each day, we see the disease’s effects on those we love, on our workplaces, on our schools, and in the news.
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You may think that a crisis is the only reason to seek out counseling. (Yes, if you are in crisis, reach out to our team as soon as possible. We are here to help you.) But there are other reasons to talk to a True Relationships