Blog

Mommy Brain Dr Jodi Pawluski 0628

Mommy Brain: The Neuroscience of Postpartum Depression and Ways Caregivers Can Help

Jodi Pawluski, PhD, HDR, is a neuroscientist, therapist, and author. I learned about Dr. Pawluski’s…

Read More
When Loving Someone Hurts Woman Looking Down Man With Head In Hands

When Loving Someone Hurts: Navigating Emotional Pain in Relationships

Love is a profound and meaningful emotion that binds us to one another. However, sometimes,…

Read More
Tips Depressed Teen Mom and Daughter Talking Outside

Six Tips for Communicating With a Depressed Teen

Parenting is difficult at any stage, but the teen years offer unique challenges. When depression…

Read More
Kerrie and Brooke sitting together and smiling, resilience story feature photograph

Legacy of Resilience: A Family’s Experience with Mental Health

This emotional story explores the complex interplay between family history and mental health. Through the…

Read More
Kaely and Maggie Feature Image Family Bond

A Family Bond Strengthened by a Psychiatric Advance Directive

In the realm of mental health care, an individual’s treatment preferences can sometimes get lost…

Read More
Does Bipolar Disorder Have a Cure Feature Image

Does Bipolar Disorder Have a Cure?

If you or your loved one have been diagnosed with bipolar I, bipolar II, or…

Read More
Manage Manic Episodes Feature Image

6 Ways Caregivers Can Help Manage Manic Episodes

As a caregiver, you may be the first person to recognize that your loved one…

Read More
Psychiatric Advance Directive Feature Image

What Is a Psychiatric Advance Directive?

One of the most complicated situations that caregivers face is trying to get their loved…

Read More
Dating Someone With Depression Couple Talking

Tips for Dating Someone with Depression: Supporting Your Partner

Dating someone with depression can be a challenging experience, but with understanding and support, you…

Read More
College Student With Depression Students Sitting On Quad

Setting Your Young Adult Up for Success: Advice for Caregivers of a College Student with Depression

Ah, college! The excitement of new friends and experiences, a nip in the air, a…

Read More
College Application Stress Mom and Daugther Brainstorming

How to Help Teens Cope with College Application Stress

The summer and fall of a teen’s senior year of high school can be an…

Read More
Bipolar Depression Woman in Two Mood States

Bipolar Depression: Understanding Your Loved One’s Experience

In recent years, commercials for prescription medications for “bipolar depression” have run all day and…

Read More