Therablog

Helping you find moments of calm in your everyday life.

Staying Calm And Cool

FROM OUR BLOG STAYING CALM AND COOL Some days it feels like we are ceaselessly bombarded with potential stressors — from the “urgent” messages coming across our devices to our various responsibilities and seemingly endless to-do lists. Often without warning, panic and anxiety can begin to take over our minds and disrupt our sense of calmness. Prac...
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Covid And Stress

FROM OUR BLOG   COVID AND STRESS    The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly become a significant source of stress in many people’s lives. The fear and anxiety of illness along with the unknown facts of this new disease are causing stress levels to rise in both adults and children.During this crisis protecting ourselves from the inevitable fears and an...
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How to Treat Mental Health Issues without Insurance

The cost of mental health services is around the same as the cost of other professional medical care, and many of the medications people use to manage their mental health come at a price that’s significantly higher than the national average.   In addition to these higher than usual costs, mental health treatment is likely to last over the long term, ...
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3 Reasons Why Self-Care is Not Selfish

"Self-care”. It seems to be a very popular “buzz” word these days, especially with today’s stressful and anxiety-driven society. Whether you’re still dealing with the negative impacts associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, applying to colleges that are now more selective than ever, or transitioning back to online classes due to the damage done by hur...
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The 7 Components to Good Mental Health

On the path along to achieving complete wellness, there are several factors that individuals need to consider before declaring a healthy life. Mental health is a huge part of achieving wellness because having a healthy mindset provides an opportunity for growth in all other aspects of life. These seven components specifically target the devastating e...
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Color Psychology Affects You More Than You Think

The psychology of color is based on the mental and emotional effects colors have on people that have the ability to see. Color psychology is subjective, as the way people feel about certain colors can differ based on interpretation, meaning, and perception from different cultures. Speaking generally, there are certain colors that tend to have overwhe...
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