Mind Articles

How to Care for your Mental Health Through All Phases of Life

We often hear how we have to take care of our mental health, similar to how we take care of our physical health. And yes, taking care of yourself mentally can be a huge challenge at times. When you're feeling... Read More
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The Best Fall Drink for You, Based on Your Enneagram Personality Type

Fall is in the air! Leaves are turning colors, pumpkins are set upon doorsteps, and we're all watching spooky movies on Netflix. One of the best parts about the autumn season is curling up next to the fireplace with a... Read More

A 15-Minute Mental Wellness Check-In

Peter Drucker, who is referred to as the world's greatest management consultant, once said, "You can't manage what you don't measure." And this is the beauty of doing a mental wellness check. While entirely subjective, a wellness check helps you... Read More

Doable Steps to Let Go of Trust Issues

Trust plays a huge role in relationships and is a prerequisite for vulnerability and intimacy. Unfortunately, these words – "trust," "intimacy," "vulnerability" – can scare the living daylights out of a person with trust issues. The fundamental question that haunts many people... Read More
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What is Your Guilty Pleasure, Based on Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type

Whether it's watching the latest reality TV show or ordering takeout every Friday night, we've all got guilty pleasures. In fact, according to your personality, you might be more susceptible to a certain Myers-Briggs guilty pleasure. If you haven't already,... Read More
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Your 5-Step Guide to Thriving as an Introvert in an Extroverted World

Are you always the "quiet one" in a social setting? Do you often get asked, "Hey, why, so quiet?" Or, "Is everything alright? You seem terribly quiet." Or maybe even, "Are you always this shy? You are so quiet." On... Read More
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How to Break Out of a Chronic Worry Loop

"What'll happen if I lose my job?" "Will I too test COVID positive?" "What if I never get to travel again, like ever again?" Are these a few thoughts that have crossed your mind in recent months? If you said... Read More
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These 5 Scientifically-Proven Practices Will Instantly Boost Your Mood

So, you want to know how to boost your mood – but you want scientifically supported results? We've got you covered. No matter your self-care routine, no one feels great all the time. It's a simple fact of human nature: In... Read More

The Secret to Becoming More Open-Minded

"Be open-minded." Have you heard this phrase before? Maybe a close friend or your significant other brought it up. And hey, maybe you even know you struggle with this. In a way, this phrase is drilled into us via "woke"... Read More

5 Ways to Incorporate Spiritual Meditation Into Your Day

Whether you call it meditation, mindfulness, prayer, or reflection, we all need to take time to be still and seek answers – one way or another. Interestingly, spiritual meditation is often associated with mindfulness, yoga, or just regular meditation. Yet, there... Read More