Shadow loss: Young adults cope with missing out during pandemic

A new paper featuring college students' experiences with loss during the COVID-19 pandemic shows that although few directly experienced a close death, everyone lost something that impacted their lives. Researchers collected the stories as part of class assignments where students reflected on their earliest and most significant losses regarding COVID-19....

Coping With ‘The Great Resignation,’ And How To Rebuild

The COVID pandemic upended every aspect of our lives, including the workplace. Employees were suddenly sent home for a new normal and lots of Zoom calls. Now, as the smoke clears, many decided they didn’t want to go back. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, over 4 million...

Your ‘Coping in Style’ Cues, First Edition

Alright, folks. A new feature I’ll call “Coping in Style Cues”…my formula for how I keep my head above water and lessons I hope to instill in my sons. What gives me the right to dole advice? Eh. It’s my blog. For starters:. It’s not a “conversation” if you don’t...

88+ Best Chronic Illness Quotes To Uplift Your Soul For Coping

A chronic illness is a long-term health condition that may not have a cure. Chronic illness is an everyday reminder of your struggle, but it can be marked by the power within and positivity. Keep in mind, your are not your disease, and use these quotes about chronic illness to motivate your warrior inside! Inspirational chronic illness quotes will comfort and motivate you during a flare up and lift you up when you’re in pain.

Coping with grief and the holidays

The holidays can be tough enough already, but for anyone impacted by cancer, they can be a real challenge. Gilda’s Club is hosting “Grief and the Holidays,” a free educational workshop on Wednesday, November 3. Join Lisa Levy, BSN, RN, and Kathleen Bowman, LCPC for a program about the difficulties...

Tips for Coping with Depression During the Holidays

The holidays can be one of the toughest times of the year for those struggling with depression. With our busy holiday schedules and increased stress from family situations, not to mention everyday life, the depression can sneak up on us and before you know it, the depression has taken over.