A busy weekend full of socialising can be energising for some, but for others it might feel like another weekend is needed just to recover…
Our social wellness plays a very big role in our physical and mental health. Here are some keys to building a strong quality support network.
What if wasting time was the most productive thing you could do this week? I mean intentionally giving yourself permission to rest or play.
Preventing burnout is an ongoing exercise. And it starts with planning a balanced day, writes psychologist Valerie Ling.
Realising how unhealthy her approach to food had become, Erin Davis began to wonder what the Bible had to say about food.
Clinical psychologist Valerie Ling believes people don’t know how to take a holiday anymore, and shares where the word originated.
Do you have a secret addiction to feel-good romantic comedies? Turns out there’s good reason. They’re actually good for your health.
We live in a constantly connected world. It’s not a bad thing necessarily, but some of us have lost the art of being still, writes Lorrene McClymont.
Research has shown that men aren’t speaking up enough about their mental health, leading them to seek out unhealthy coping mechanisms.
Author Hannah Brencher encourages her readers to seek out their own transformation story and learn to pursue health and success through God, not culture.