One year ago this March, a terrible pandemic swept the world. It felt like our lives ended and that we were never going to have fun again.
It’s widely noted that diet culture can be destructive to people’s bodies and minds. Pervasive and impossible standards of body beauty greet us in everything,
I never completely understood why so many people are distressed by the thought of getting old. Of course, I get that there are stigmas around
Adjusting to a new normal can be difficult, both physically and mentally. It’s been almost a year since the COVID-19 pandemic began. It’s easy to
Every year so much emphasis is placed on new year’s resolutions. I don’t know about you, but I can with absolute certainty, tell you that
There are many ways to elevate your mood and provide some needed relief from holiday heartache and being locked down during this painful pandemic. I
There has been quite a bit of attention focused on mental and physical well-being. Questions like, “how are you doing?” or “are you feeling okay?”
So, for every new year, we always make resolutions or goals. Most of the time, the resolutions don’t stick or we just don’t do them.
After all the holiday shopping, Christmas gifts and family time over Zoom and Skype has passed, we can all look forward to a new year. Normally,
I will be elated once this twilight zone of a year ends. The stress of working from home has caused me additional stress and migraines.
People with disabilities are just like superheroes. We all have our origin story. It’s the tale of our lives that is used to explain or
September was spinal cord injury awareness month. I have known SCI for almost 38 years now. I remember the day in 1981 after the school