June 23, 2021
How Therapy Can Benefit Everyone
For a long time, mental health and therapy just seemed to be one of taboo topics. Something you really shouldn’t be talking about, and if you did, people may pass judgment or stigma. Over time though, countless nonprofits and social justice groups have been advocating for the de-stigmatization of struggles with mental health. Since the start of the pandemic, it seems as though it is much easier to talk about mental health and that is more “okay” to bring it up... Read More
June 15, 2017
Learning To Love The Journey And Not Take Life So Seriously
The guns went off and now we’re running full steam ahead into summer, and pretty soon a new academic year - literally and figuratively. Sometimes we wish we could slow it down or hit “pause” on everything to catch our breath, but sometimes it feels impossible.
Let’s take a moment to remind ourselves that this life is OURS. It’s in OUR control to either live it or continue stumbling through it. It's a mental game for sure, and that’s... Read More
November 17, 2015
It's time to reflect on the state of your own mental health and try something new that could help you cope with some of the daily struggles in your life.
The Huffington Post states that anyone could benefit from therapy, even if they are the healthiest person in the world. The article states that “therapy can help you handle emotions from problems or stressors, even if they aren’t dramatically life-altering or traumatic.” Do not underestimate your own emotional, physical, or mental struggles.... Read More
January 12, 2015
Have you ever experienced feelings of moodiness or depression during the cold winter months? Recognizing the symptoms and understanding the possible cause can help you find a solution. UNH has resources to assist you.
The changing seasons can be the cause of a disorder known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD is a type of depression that comes and goes with the transitions from season to season. It occurs in most people during the transition from fall to winter. It’s important to be able... Read More
May 31, 2013
Breakups in college are the absolute worst. All you want to do is be home with family, cuddle up with a good movie and a tub of ice cream. The problem is, you have classes and other important obligations to attend to. So how can you avoid this? How can you avoid the heartbreak? These five steps can help you create a healthy, long-lasting relationship and help avoid the painful breakup blues.
Step 1: Fall in love all over again. Remember why you were drawn to your partner. Try taking a trip, or... Read More