Dr. Scott Shares Ways to Cope with Stress and Trauma

Dr. Angela M. Scott, Ph.D. and Staff Psychologist in the Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, is sharing several ways for youth to cope with the trauma caused by the death of George Floyd. Follow along with her video for information on how to manage your emotions at times like these.

The Power of Language: Stagnation vs. Movement

Dr. Ann-Louise Lockhart, PsyD, ABPP of A New Day Pediatric Psychology is back this week to discuss the power of language, our responses to different words or situations, and what that means in the situation we are all in now. Check out more on this topic from Dr. Lockhart below, and watch the video to hear her go more in-depth! …

Put Trust in the Universe, Everything Will Work Out

Put trust in the universe. Relinquish control. Everything will work out. I keep telling myself that as these days at home become increasingly more difficult. Life is so different right now. It can feel fun and exciting at times to try new things or have more meaningful conversations or to spend more time outside. But it can also feel really …

Find Relief in Humor

Sally Baucke, RN, BSN, and touring comedian with the name Funny Gal Sal, is sharing how she copes with physical and emotional pain through humor. She notes that humor and anxiety can’t live in the same space, so you can use humor as a way to displace anxiety! Follow along for suggestions on something to watch to make you laugh out …

Psychotherapist Shares Mental Health Guidelines for Coronavirus

In the midst of all the changes happening around us, we know many of us are feeling overwhelmed. Starting today, we are going to try our best to bring a moment of positivity and inspiration to you each day so that we can #spreadlovenotgerms and #bemindfulnotfearful during this time. If you’re interested in using our platform to share a moment …

Take Control

By Kayla Wood Life can get ahead of you sometimes. And when it does, you have to fight to take back control.  As someone living with manic depressive disorder, I have to fight to take control a lot, especially when I feel myself slipping into either a manic or depressive state. Over the past few weeks, I could feel myself …

I’m Chase and This Is My #iAM1N5 Journey…

Meet Chase, a 20-year-old student at Cincinnati Christian University, who is living with bipolar disorder, anxiety, and an eating disorder. She also has experienced depression and suicidal ideation in the past. Chase talks about how her anxiety began in her early school years with bullying and negative comments from her classmates. It gradually progressed until she experienced suicidal thoughts shortly …

My Whole World Was Anxiety…

I am a senior at Anderson High School. Throughout my life I’ve had many mental challenges. When I was little my dad passed away and since then I have dealt with extreme anxiety and compulsions. I would be scared all the time of dying or of other people dying and have tendencies to do small rituals thinking that would save …

Patrick Coyne from Black Sheep Performance Takes Over for #FREEYOURMINDFRIDAY

Our friend, Patrick Coyne, shared some of (video coming soon) his story with our warriors before taking over our IG story BRIGHT & EARLY Friday morning to show how he’s doing big things in his life despite struggles with depression, anger and anxiety from traumas in life. 💚 “I struggle with not knowing how to deal with my feelings, much of which …