SAN FRANCISCO – May 15, 2019 – I am thrilled to announce that the Beautiful Voyager book will be coming out from Running Press Books (Hachette) in Spring 2020.
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Have you ever found yourself stuck in an airport and needing a pen, but the thought of talking to a stranger would falsely persuade you that you don’t need it? Here’s advice for if you find yourself in a similar situation!
This author wrote happily about how great she felt going off antidepressants…then realized she needed to go back on them.
I recently learned (the hard way) that it takes only a single illness to erase your entire (usually unconscious) system of beliefs about your body’s invulnerability and tempt you to become anxiously fearful about potential future disease.
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Chronic pain and depression appear to be intrinsically linked through brain functioning. In my role as the owner of a residential mental health program I have witnessed firsthand the debilitating effects of chronic pain-related depression in clients and have gathered some of those observations together for this guide.
Navigating health insurance benefits can be a bewildering, frustrating experience in the best of circumstances. And when you’re dealing with a mental health issue, bureaucracy and paperwork can feel overwhelming….This post can help!
This advice is geared toward Generation Z but can work for people of all ages. Zach Hargrove writes from experience about how best to approach friends you think might be experiencing depression.