As more and more businesses join those that are reopening to the public, it is exciting to find our options for entertainment, shopping, and food […]
Over the past several weeks, learning to balance productivity and keeping busy against mental health and practicing self-care has been more vital than ever. While productivity and staying busy are sometimes a necessary part of this, it is also important to recognize that there will be times when we just need the time and space to not be okay.
With quarantine can come a myriad of mental health concerns including anxiety, depression and ‘cabin fever’. While avoiding a physical illness many of us are risking an equally harmful mental health problem. Knowing how to recognize the signs and help combat the symptoms is key to dealing with cases of ‘cabin fever’.