We’ve learned a lot. Not all of it can fit in our books, so we write articles about the things on our minds.
The Hidden Difference Between Rumination and Presence
To our minds, rumination and presence often seem like the same concepts. In reality, however, they couldn’t be more different. Come find out why.
Depression and Obesity: The Vicious Cycle of Mental Health and Weight Gain
Though two separate conditions, depression and obesity share many parallels. In this article, we discuss that overlap and how to best approach it.
Debunking the Notion That Anxiety Is a Superpower
Some say anxiety is a superpower. But we beg to differ. In this post, we break down this catchy saying and the reasoning behind our disagreement.
Holiday Depression: Some Perspectives on End-of-Year Despair
The year’s end can be a tough time for our mental health, so come grab some hope and a few ideas for managing holiday depression.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy: “Is This Thought Helpful?”
There are countless tools we can leverage to improve our mental health. In this post, we examine a new one: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.
Memory Pointers: How Our Brains Trick Us Into Even More Anxiety
Memory pointers are a technical but crucial component of computer programming. In this one, we relate them to our experience of anxiety.