Mental health experts say SAD can happen at any age, and now the pandemic could be exacerbating issues for people, even if they have never had symptoms before.
“My main takeaway from the ways I’ve dealt with the insane emotions that we as a society have experienced this past year, has been to not feel guilty about the way you process these emotions. Grief ebbs and flows: for a loved one, for the way things were, for your life pre-pandemic. It’s not a groundbreaking statement but it’s true.”
Parental guilt makes it challenging to achieve a work-life balance and is especially tough on first-time parents. The emotional burden of having a baby for the first time can be challenging enough, but when you go back to work, you leave a piece of your heart at home.
The COVID-19 outbreak has forced us to stay in our homes to help control the spread of the virus. While it’s a necessary sacrifice that […]
Sleep, it’s something that we all want more of and few of us are getting enough of. On today’s show, we sat down sleep health educator, Soda Kuczkowski from Start With Sleep, to learn more about what’s keeping us from sleeping through the night, and what we can do to better our sleep health.