Since 2007, the American Psychological Association has published an annual survey of stress in America. In January 2017, for the first time in its 10-year history, the survey found a statistically significant increase in stress levels in the U.S. compared … Continue reading
Americans Just Broke a Record for Anxiety. The Reason: Politics.Monthly Archives: May 2017
What a great discussion with Mike Michel about his record “On The Mend in City Pages. Here’s a link. Enjoy!
We were delighted by a piece Kenya Foy wrote for Apartment Therapy about using painting as therapy. She comes to some interesting conclusions. In her piece she writes about how she’s learned how to prioritize her needs. “I didn’t expect … Continue reading
We love this piece on Mike Michel and his album “On The Mend” by Luke Taylor of The Current. Here’s a link. It’s a great read about music, tinnitus, depression, mindfulness, anxiety and recovery.
What a delight to watch Mike Michel and James Rone of the improv troupe The Mess improvise a mental health version of “We Didn’t Start the Fire.” Enjoy!
So much to admire in this piece by Lisa Quast in Forbes. She writes about the desire for work-life balance. She doesn’t have that as a goal. She aims for inner joy instead. “You’ll never love 100 percent of your … Continue reading