Our guest blog writer this week is Michelle Rolf, Southwest Ohio Director at Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio:
I was working in the garden last weekend (remember… when it was warm and
It's hard to believe - well, maybe not so hard - that today marks one year since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic. In that time, our lives changed in so many ways - and not always in good ways.
While we've had to
For anyone living with a mental health or addiction disorder, holidays - even Christmas - can be hard. A particular memory or incident may come to mind that brings back difficult experiences, perhaps. There are a number
The phrase keeps getting bantered about these days: Let's get back to normal.
While the coronavirus continues to ravage some states and countries and the death toll mounts, it seems many of us want to find some
Now that many of us are staying at home in an effort to stop the spread of Coronavirus, it may feel pretty good to be alone - or at least with fewer people around us. I admit that the quiet is kind of nice.
Summer's here, and the time is right ... for kids wondering "What am I going to do today?"
Some parents are likely already hearing words to that effect. With the school year over and thoughts of taking a break from