Healthy Heart, Healthy Mind: Understanding the Connection Between Mental Health and Your Body

The mind and the body are often more connected than people might realize. They are able to impact one another in both positive and negative ways depending on a variety of factors. This February for American Heart Month, we’re exploring the mind-body connection and providing you with practical tips to have a healthy heart and […]

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How to Say ‘No’

It can be tempting to say yes to things you just don’t want to do. While we are all eager to see our friends and family again, we know that attending social gatherings isn’t the best idea. Saying no isn’t always easy, but it is often necessary, especially now when setting boundaries and observing social-distancing […]

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How to Have a Mentality of Mindfulness

Mindfulness is known as the psychological state of awareness, the practices that promote awareness, and a mode of processing information. In simpler terms, mindfulness is about being fully present and aware of our surroundings in the current moment. It means having a moment-to-moment awareness of your experiences without judgment. Right now, it is easy to […]

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Healthy Ways to Take on New Year’s Resolutions

The past year was a difficult one for everyone and 2020 left many people feeling ready for a change. With 2021 fresh in our minds and on our calendars, some might be turning to New Year’s resolutions as a way to facilitate a positive lifestyle difference. However, if you’ve attempted a resolution in the past, […]

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Healthy at Home: How Building Routines Can Set You and Your Kids Up For Success

As COVID-19 cases continue to spike across Colorado, schools are going back to fully remote learning. For many parents and guardians, this means being part-time teachers on top of being a full-time parent again. It can be tough to juggle parenting responsibilities on top of everything else, and it’s important to take care of yourself […]

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7 Fun Things to Do Indoors This Winter

As the seasons change the temperatures drop, some people might be wondering what they’ll do for the next few months at home as the pandemic and social distancing practices continue. While this winter will look a little different than most, there are still plenty of fun and engaging activities you can take part in this […]

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Tips for a Safe Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. For many, that means turkey, family, and football. No matter your traditions, one thing is certain, this year’s festivities will be unlike any other. With the ongoing pandemic continuing to disrupt daily life, Americans are wondering what that means for their holiday plans.  Family gatherings this year may put […]

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5 Tips to Help Navigate Family Conflicts

Between back-to-school, work, and a hectic election season, you might be finding yourself with less patience and more family conflicts. While any election and holiday season can present additional stress and opportunities for disagreements, this year has some people feeling more tension. It’s important to support your mental health and maintain strong family relationships by […]

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How Seasonal Changes Can Impact Your Mental Health

Winter is coming, and with it comes colder weather and shorter days. Although many people embrace the snowy days, there’s a reason it’s called the winter blues. Each year, roughly 5% of adults in the US face seasonal affective disorder (SAD).  With COVID-19 cases rising in Colorado and many cities moving to “Safer at Home” mandates, […]

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Navigating Through Turmoil and Uncertainty

It’s no secret that this election cycle has been stressful for everyone, regardless of party lines. On top of this is the anxiety that has been stirring since last spring when the pandemic began, which has left many people feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. Despite the current turbulent political climate and uncertainty in these challenging times, […]

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