I was 10 years old when my paternal grandfather died. He was the only grandfather I'd known, since my mom's dad died when she was just 14 or 15. But I digress.
My grandmother grieved as any spouse would, and the rest
It's been a difficult few months for all of us under stay-at-home orders while coronavirus runs rampant through our communities. We've seen restlessness among Americans, both locally and across the country, who want
A friend of mine asked me a question after a recent visit with his doctor.
"Why are they asking me whether I feel down?" he said. "That's not a physical health thing. Or is it?"
He had a legitimate question. Having
There's no denying that mental health issues affect men and women. And research indicates that mental illnesses affect women at a higher rate than men.
But when it comes to getting help, men just don't do it well.
How Do I Know if My [Parent, Child, Sibling, Friend, Co-Worker] Has a Mental Disorder?
Many people with mental health disorders and their loved ones know that May is Mental Health Month and this year marks its 70th
A Gallup poll taken several years ago reported 8 in 10 Americans encounter stress in their daily lives. While stress is not always a bad thing, it still leads many people to wonder—at what point is “feeling stressed