We need to pay attention to the latest information regarding the current pandemic, but we can also choose to attend to content that will bolster us and help reframe that information in a way that can reduce our distress. Accordingly, Cooper has initiated the Daily Dose, an brief, daily posting at http://wellness.cooperhealth.org/ to help you keep perspective while we work through this challenge together. Our goal is to be as all inclusive as possible, recognizing that not all postings will speak to everyone, and still we hope that at least some are meaningful to you.
Below is an excerpt from the story “A Garden Is The Frontline In The Fight Against Racial Inequality And Disease”
Read the full article at PsychologyToday. Toni Bernhard, J.D., a former law professor at the University of California, Davis. Dr.
2019 data from the American Psychological Association found that 38% of Americans reported increased levels of stress over the holidays,
Read the full story at APNews.com In a small, brightly-colored backstreet house in Belgrade a teenage girl is drying her
From the folks at Northern Light Health, we find the story of Jasper and the "This Is Good" (TIG) moment.
As we reach the mid-point of November, people are increasingly turning their attention to the up upcoming holidays. For many
The ways in which humans connect had already begun to evolve prior to the pandemic thanks to advances in technology,
To read the full article visit Mental Health America. For many, the stressors continue to mount as the weeks go
One of the aspirational goals of mindfulness is cultivating equanimity, a state of mental calmness, composure, and evenness of temperedness,
It broke Jessica Murray’s heart that so many people in the St. Louis area were dying from the coronavirus and