Links & Resources

 

The following websites may be helpful when looking for information on mental health disorders: (just click the blue box)Forgiveness Is the Answer to (Almost) All of Our Ills   

American Psychiatric Association 

​American Psychological Association 

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill  

National Institute of Mental Health  The following websites may be helpful when looking for information on substance abuse disorders:  

​Information on Addiction and Help: ​  

Interesting articles: ​​ 

Cyber-bullying: How Bullies Have Moved From the Playground to the Web. A great infographic illustrating some data on cyberbullying and the impact it has on adolescents today.  

Is your adult kid still dependent on your paycheck? ​Maybe it's time to cut the cord and give them some financial freedom.  

​You Can't Do Your Job if You Don't Sleep 

Forgiveness is the Answer to (Almost) All of Our Ills​ Why Should anyone forgive? There is no single reason, but this much is clear: harboring anger and resentment is physically, mentally, relationally and spiritually unhealthy.   

Leveling Up: Moving Beyond Rejection Being in love with someone who doesn’t feel the same can be a devastating experience, especially if you’ve struggled with rejection before.  

Can Feeling Insecure Predict Obesity? A new meta-analysis suggests that attachment quality can play a role in obesity.  

What is Your Sense of Peace “Peace” can sound sentimental or clichéd but it’s what most of us long for.  

​Parent Attachment Problems Recent reports reveal that a shocking high number of children are not securely attached to their parents.

Guide to Anxiety and Sleep According to Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), anxiety is a reaction to stress. Its key markers are feelings of tension, worried thoughts, and physical changes such as elevated blood pressure.  

How Does Trauma Affect Sleep? Trauma can cause a wide range of long-lasting, negative health effects, including insomnia and other sleep-related problems.​  

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Sleep ​Sleep is a major issue for many adults and children who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).