Social media has become simply a fact of life for most of us. Who doesn’t have a Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, Tik Tok, or Facebook account? Even if you’re not scrolling 24/7, you’re probably just as online, connected, and loving social media as the rest of us. Social media platforms may be a fun … Read more about The Effects of Social Media on Mental Health
Forbes Business Council Is an Invitation-Only Community for Successful Business Owners and Leaders Houston, Texas (March 10, 2020) — Dawn Kamilah Brown, MD, CEO, Owner, Double-Boarded Child and Adult Psychiatrist of ADHD Wellness Center PLLC, Dr. Dawn Psych MD and Mental Healthletics™ PLLC … Read more about Dawn Kamilah Brown, MD accepted into Forbes Business Council
Sometimes, being alone can be a good thing. Nothing but our own company can bring on a very comforting peace. The quiet can offer a safe space to think and work through various aspects of one’s mental health. But spending some time alone and being lonely are two very different things, each with … Read more about Loneliness and Your Mental Health
Life is all about change. After all, nothing ever stays the same forever. Often, life changes can be fun and exciting. We are able to look forward to all the possibilities the future may bring, whether that’s exciting career opportunities, starting a family, or moving to a whole new place. At the … Read more about Mental Health After a Huge Life Change
The term “pride” can be a very confusing one. With all the conflicting messages that we receive about having pride and being prideful, it can be very difficult to decipher whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing. It almost seems like, depending on the way it’s being used, it could be taken either … Read more about What Pride Can Mean for your Mental Health
Our step out of full lifetimes within natural environments has really been relatively recent when you look at the overall timeline of human history. Considering how recent the development of our modern world is, it’s incredible that we’ve even been able to adapt to these unnatural lifestyles. … Read more about How Time in Nature Can Improve Mental Health
How Mental Health Affects Romantic Relationships We often think about mental health in personal terms, and we work to minimize the impact of mental struggles on our personal experience. However, mental illness isn’t limited to our personal lives. Conditions like anxiety, depression, and PTSD can … Read more about Mental Illness in a Romantic Relationship
As we made it into the first part of this new year, many people have been planning their yearly resolutions. Everything you want to do better than the previous year. Most of the time, these are dramatic changes like an intense exercise routine to get fit, a packed calendar designed to get the most … Read more about Daily Habits for Better Mental Health
There are many reasons that somebody may consider getting a pet. Mostly, it is because a furry or scaly critter in your home will simply make you happier. After all, how could you not smile at a puppy running in circles after its own tail, a fish making funny faces towards you, or an adorable … Read more about Do Pets Help with Mental Health?
During college, it is more important than ever for students to focus on personal mental health. New freshmen may struggle with the challenge of all the new responsibilities of being on your own for the first time and having your academic performance matter more than ever before. These aspects of the … Read more about How can university students take care of personal mental health?
Our mood is affected by many different environmental elements, including the current weather conditions. You may have noticed yourself the extra pep in your step when the sun is shining bright and the contrasting way that darker days might make you feel down. These minor mood shifts can make an … Read more about Weather Conditions and Mental Health
Perfectionists accept nothing less than perfection from themselves. Where it matters to them, if it’s not perfect, it’s not enough. Some can’t settle for less than perfect at school or work, but are more carefree at home. Others might obsess over perfect appearances even if they don’t need to give a … Read more about The Problem with Perfectionism