A weekly column by Total Health employee wellness specialist Elizabeth Clayton on being whole and healthy
The ideal way to lose something is by choice -- and if it's by choice, then losing it is probably a very joyous thing, as in the case of holiday pounds or bad habits.
This week’s Wellness Wednesday is a special, longer edition so that I can add my voice to Acadia Hospital’ and The Yellow Tulip Project’s mission to “smash the mental health stigma.”
Whether you have a special connection with elephants or not, I can almost guarantee that however you feel right now, after two minutes with these elephants, you're going to feel even better.
As my sister says, “You go to therapy so I don’t have to.”
As I always say, “Jokes on you because therapy rules!”
One of the redeeming things to come out of this pandemic madness is how it has reminded the world who we rely on to live.
When a friend's engineer husband decided to go back to school to become a lawyer, for some reason I couldn't get over his decision...
There was one sad winter when even the sound of a siren would bring tears to my eyes...
A hypochondriac might not be the first person you'd go to for advice about managing anxiety in a pandemic...
One of the hard moments in my life as a mother was when my distraught teenage daughter pleaded with me to fix one of life’s bad situations. “Mom, make it go away,” she pleaded.
After listening to me spin out long enough, Kate, my therapist, said, “There’s a difference between problem solving and worrying.