How the Public Views Our Olympic Athletes Most stories stemming from the Olympics share the impossible-sounding feats performed by the best athletes from countries around the world, and the most iconic are ones where said athletes push through pain, tragedy, and mental blockades. Kerri Strug, a retired American gymnast from Arizona, once part of the…

Depression in the Wake of Milestones

  • July 16, 2021

Maybe you’ve recently completed the marathon you’ve been training six months for, published the book you’ve spent two years writing, received the degree you’ve been working towards your entire academic career. You’ve crossed the finish line, seen your work in print, walked across that stage and threw your cap into the air. Now the crowd…

Provider Spotlight – Christi Myers, Flow Integrative

  • July 12, 2021

The search for knowledge is never-ending and can lead to new and wonderful opportunities, as made evident by Christi Myers, owner of Flow Integrative of Encinitas, CA. Even though she already had quite the list of credentials under her belt, Myers wasn’t satisfied knowing that there was more that could be done for those who…

Ketamine, it’s thought, works through connection – a reconnection of old neuronal activity or sparking new connections. This makes it useful for the treatment of conditions like depression, anxiety, or chronic pain, according to current science. The thing about connection is that it’s therapeutic across the board. No person is an island, truly. As humans,…

Provider Spotlight – Trey Slann, Exodus Health

  • June 2, 2021

During our lives, we walk through many landscapes and endure many conditions. It’s a system of give-and-take, push and pull. There are times where we dance in the rain and others where we trek through the storms. Sometimes these paths lead to dead ends, and there is nothing to be done other than taking a…

Embracing the Unknown: Navigating a Post-COVID World

  • May 13, 2021

Leaving Our Homes for the Outside World Once More Following the rollout of the vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson), the world seems to finally be returning to the “normal” that it knew prior to COVID-19. While many are elated to shed the mask requirements, social distancing, and work-from-home orders, some have found comfort in…

Helping a Parent With Their Mental Health

  • April 29, 2021

Recognizing Something is Off Growing up, our parents are often the ones with all the answers. You have a problem and your dad has the solution. You shed a tear and your mom is armed with tissues and your favorite foods. If you have a bad day and feel as though the world is against…

National Stress Awareness Day

  • April 16, 2021

Take Some Time for You This National Stress Awareness Day We’ve all been there. Flat tire on the way to work, getting stuck in traffic, receiving word that your in-laws are coming to town… all recipes for stress. A little stress is healthy, but if it persists and grows worse over time then it is…

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