As suicide rates rise, it's important to recognize the warning signs. You may be able to help a loved one get the support they need if you know the warning signs of suicide.
“Once your worries take over, it’s difficult to get back on track. ... When you face moments like these, turn to journaling to recenter yourself, assuage your fears, and calm your mind.”
Banish coronavirus burnout and pandemic fatigue with these positive affirmation statements.
Dilip Jeste, MD, offers ideas for increasing wisdom through empathy, compassion, and belief.
Gratitude and grief are both essential and need to be welcomed and honored, especially during the holidays.