Let’s consider the concepts of rumination and reflection and explore how we can think positively about the past. We often …
In this emotional control exercise, we’re going to cultivate specific emotions within ourselves.
If we change the ingredients our brains use to build emotions, we can have control over the emotions themselves.
With a little practice, digging ourselves out of a mental hole is as easy as picking the right shovel.
We’re going to outline three journal prompts for you to incorporate into your daily routine.
It’s time to double down on our efforts in normalizing conversations about mental health and fight the stigma together.
These journal prompts are designed to cultivate positive emotions which are the building blocks of emotional resilience.
This healing visualization by Alexandra Cingi will wash away your stress, anxiety, and negative emotions.
Did you know that acute stress and negative emotions can be good for you? Yes, you read that right.
This guided exercise highlights the muscles of meditation. These muscles might not be obvious, but every time we practice they get stronger.