Joe Wicks’ tips for finding a physical and mental health balance

BY DAVID LEVESLEY British GQ Joe Wicks has been on a journey learning about how meditation, exercise and mental health can sit together. Below he guides you through how the mind and the body can benefit each other. It was noted fictional lawyer Elle Woods that once said, “Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make youContinue reading “Joe Wicks’ tips for finding a physical and mental health balance”

Companies Are Giving Workers A Free Week Off To Improve Morale, Mental Health And Burnout

Companies that show appreciation and take care of their people will have a highly motivated and happier workforce. An energized team will vastly improve results at the company, creating a better atmosphere for both executives and workers. — Read the full article here:

Don’t Be Mr. Bill Shenk-Instructions For Passive Husbands

In the movie “Cheaper By The Dozens” a character by the name Bill Shenk, played by Alan Ruck, is the husband of Tina Shenk and also the father of Dylan Shenk. He is far kinder and nicer than Tina and actually likes the Bakers. He hates Tina being rude to the Bakers and being overprotectiveContinue reading “Don’t Be Mr. Bill Shenk-Instructions For Passive Husbands”

Richard Sherman, CTE, Racism and Trevor Bauer’s curveball

Today join us as we discuss the recent mental health news of San Francisco football player Richard Sherman. We’ll also cover ESPN commentator Stephen A. Smith’s racist(?)gaffe about MLB phenom Shohei Ohtani and of course, we can’t leave without delving into the abuse allegations involving pitcher Trevor Bauer and his uncontrollable fetish.

Sometimes You (or They) Just Aren’t That Important

Situationships may involve sex and romance, but they don’t have the trajectory to move forward to a mature, loving relationship. Think of it essentially as short-term dating without an agenda. Sanam Hafeez, a neuropsychologist and faculty member at Columbia University in New York City, adds that situationships don’t have any goals, terms, or purpose. “AContinue reading “Sometimes You (or They) Just Aren’t That Important”

Mental Health Benefits Of Exercise

The importance of exercise should be appreciated by the general public, physicians and mental health professionals alike. Evidence has suggested that exercise may be an often-neglected intervention in mental health care. Aerobic exercises, including jogging, swimming, cycling, walking, gardening, and dancing, have been proved to reduce anxiety and depression. These improvements in mood are proposedContinue reading “Mental Health Benefits Of Exercise”