Women’s Mental Health

Practical and Ongoing Support Strategies for Overwhelmed Caregivers and Grieving Individuals

Supporting someone who is overwhelmed or grieving goes beyond emotional support. Practical assistance and regular check-ins are essential in helping them manage their daily lives and ongoing challenges. Provide Practical Assistance Grieving individuals may appreciate practical assistance with daily tasks or responsibilities Non-Neurodivergent Perspective:Offer specific help like, “I can pick up groceries for youthis week,”…

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Emotional Support Strategies for Overwhelmed Caregivers and Grieving Individuals

Supporting someone who is overwhelmed, whether they are a caregiver or grieving, requires empathy and understanding. Both neurodivergent and non-neurodivergent individuals can offer valuable emotional support through different approaches. Offer a Listening Ear Providing a supportive presence is crucial. Both non-neurodivergent and neurodivergent individuals can offer comfort through active listening. Non-Neurodivergent Perspective:  Simply being there…

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 International Self-Care Day

The Significance of International Self-Care Day July 24th marks International Self-Care Day, a day dedicated to recognizing the vital role self-care plays in our lives. This day serves as a reminder that prioritizing our well-being is not only acceptable, but essential. It is a call to action, encouraging individuals to take proactive steps in nurturing…

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Navigating Postpartum Depression

Welcoming a new life into the world is a miraculous journey, but for some mothers, the transition into motherhood can be accompanied by unexpected challenges. Postpartum depression (PPD) affects many new mothers, regardless of how prepared or excited they felt before giving birth. It’s crucial to understand that PPD is not a reflection of your…

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