Too Hard on Yourself? 10 Ways to Overcome Low Self-Worth

Studies find that self-esteem typically starts out low among young adults. From there, however, it increases throughout adulthood. Unfortunately, it peaks around age 60. This means feelings of low self-worth are more common among older adults and retirees… Read More

9 Ways to Value Your Own Voice

Wait a minute, what do we mean by “your own voice”? Is it your internal monolog? Are we talking about your views and values and how you express them? Maybe this is all about the words you choose… Read More

7 Tips for Controlling Your Anger

To feel angry from time to time is completely natural and completely human. Anger is one way the body responds to threatening and dangerous situations, and expressing anger can be both necessary and beneficial. Anger, however, can quickly… Read More

Understanding Depression: Why It’s More Than a Bad Case of the Blues

Everyone feels sad or down now and then. We may say we’ve got the blues or we’re feeling blue. Feeling sad for an extended period of time, though, can mean that something more serious is going on, such… Read More