3 Easy Ways to Manage Work-Stress From the Comfort of Your Desk

Work-related stress affects so many of us—over 90% of Americans, to be exact. Often, we don’t know what to do or how to cope, especially on our own.

Today, we are grateful to hear from Edie Stark, licensed therapist and MyWellbeing member, who shares her three tips to ease work-related stress. The best part? You don’t even need to leave your desk.

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5 Benefits of Therapy For First Gen Communities

July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. In this week’s blog piece, we are grateful to hear from Sahaj Kohli Senior Editor of HuffPost, and founder of Brown Girl Therapy, a wellness community and space for South Asian women and first-generation individuals. Sahaj share’s her perspective with us today on why minorities and first-generation individuals should consider going to therapy.


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4 Ways To Feel Less Guilt And Shame About Food

Today, we are excited to hear from Maria Sosa, Registered Marriage and Family Therapy Intern and Integrative Nutrition Health Coach on her perspective today about the ways in which we label food and how it can impact our mental health. Maria offers some ways in which we can help gain some extra support, especially during these Summer months when we may be feeling a bit more body conscious.

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5 Ways to Make the Most of Therapy

Today, we hear from Meg Josephson @citytherapist, on 5 Ways to Make the Most of Therapy. Meg provides some important tips to help you commit to showing up and doing the work, which can sometimes be both intimidating, and incredibly rewarding. We hear you, and hope that these tips offer some extra support.

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How to Replace Perfectionism and Anxiety With Self-Compassion

Today on our blog we are grateful to hear from Melissa Brody, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist from San Diego, CA. Melissa’s popular instagram account @howtogetitogether, uses humor and self-compassion to promote connection and healing, and helps us to laugh at perfectionism. Melissa shares three lessons learned as a therapists and from therapy, on ways to help us get “it” together and feel supported.

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Transform Your Relationship with Anxiety Through Mindfulness

Today we are grateful to hear from Angela Collevecchio from Chill Chief, a health and wellness website dedicated to helping people with resources and actionable steps in dealing with anxiety. Angela discussed her experiences with mindfulness practice in coping with her own feelings of anxiety, and takes us through her mini mindfulness practice in 4 easy steps.

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5 Ways to Prevent Burnout in a Digital Driven Age

Today on our blog, we hear from Larissa May, founder of Half the Story: a non-profit combating the negative side effects of social media on mental health. Larissa explains her personal experience with burnout, and offers us 5 helpful tips to help support us feeling our best in times of stress and pressure.

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How Therapy Can Help After a Breakup

This week, we hear from Mika Leonard and Lindsay Meck, co-founders of Onward—a post breakup concierge service. Mika and Lindsay talk to us about all of the challenges breakups can bring, how stressful a life transition like a breakup is, and how it may be beneficial to explore therapy as a way to receive additional support and ease during this difficult time.

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