Myths about Coronavirus

                  There is plenty of false information out there regarding the novel Coronavirus. We tried to find 10 common myths about coronavirus and get the facts for you. 1. Hot weather will kill the virus This is the number one myth most people in the DFW area…

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Mother working from home with Daughter

Guide for Parents Working from Home Many parents are now facing a new and at times a difficult task during the Coronavirus outbreak. What to do with their kids while they work from home? Working to keep your kids’ education on track while maintaining your work schedule is not easy. Whether you’re concerned about the…

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A Father and his daughter stretching before a workout

With all gyms closed, staying active can be challenging. Remember, scientists proved that remaining active benefits your mood and overall well-being. Here at 5 easy to do exercises to keep you moving during this social isolation period. 1. Stretching Stretching is something we should all be doing daily, but few of us do this. We…

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Male working from home office

We are all feeling the struggle of working from home during this Coronavirus outbreak. Still, it is essential we continue to stay healthy both physically and mentally. For those not used to working from home, it can be a challenge to begin. It becomes even more difficult when you struggle with a mental illness. Things…

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In response to many questions and concerns, we want to provide you with some information regarding the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). We need to make sure and continue to stress the importance of social distancing, and taking precautions to protect you and your loved ones. Below is the ways we currently know how the virus…

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Mother and Daughter Touching Heads

Some Tips to Help Manage Anxiety about Coronavirus Fear about the coronavirus has absorbed the world and we understand that the outbreak of the coronavirus disease may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming and cause strong emotions in people of all ages. Coping with your stress and anxiety…

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This is a therapeutic class focused on your emotional recovery and overall mental health. Skills are taught on a variety of subjects to support the management of symptoms of mental illness. The class is open to all faith backgrounds. Contact 469-440-9881 to schedule or inquire.

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Across the country, Mother Nature is wreaking havoc. A lot of areas are experiencing winter weather whiteouts while others are affected by torrential downpours and tornadic weather. Regardless, Spring is supposed to be right around the corner and with it comes a change in mood to many. Throughout the winter season, millions of individuals are…

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Aging on Mental Health

Most everyone looks forward to retirement. Whether it’s spending more time with loved ones or traveling the world, we all want to experience our golden years with as much comfort and independence as possible. However, for a growing number of seniors, mental illness has become a serious threat to their overall well-being.

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By: Tara Haelle Most New Year’s resolutions involve improving your health or happiness. One key to achieving your resolutions is picking specific, realistically achievable and measurable goals. But beyond those basics, what should you do differently? After all, just “living healthier” feels overwhelming. You don’t need fad diets, supplements, fancy workouts or lots of time…

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