Author Archives: Jennifer Landis

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Baking for Anxiety: How It Helps Me Cope

Are you feeling like an autumn leaf caught in a tornado right now? You are far from alone. The COVID-19 pandemic has changed life as people know it, and many folks are battling unprecedented levels of anxiety at the moment.  … Continue reading

11 Soothing Habits to Chill Out Your Kids

Kids are whirlwinds of energy, but even little ones need downtime. Plus, children aren’t immune to anxiety disorders. Today’s driven lifestyles with schedules chock-full of structured activities can leave tiny minds frazzled.  How can you help your child to relax? … Continue reading

How to Beat Your Social Anxiety in 2020

Bidding farewell to the past year and welcoming the next can be incredibly exciting and promising. If the thought of attending a New Year’s Eve bash leaves you with sweaty palms and heart palpitations, however, you’re not alone. About 15 … Continue reading

How Forgiving My Childhood Bully Made Me a Better Person

Growing up, I was not the cool kid – and my peers noticed. I couldn’t escape — they were relentless. They would tease me in the hallways, call me fat and poke my sides. They would pass me hateful notes … Continue reading

Defining True Self-Care

Once upon a time, the idea of self-care was a foreign concept. Then, it came into our consciousness and quickly pervaded our waking thoughts. Now, people point to everything they do for themselves as self-care. Doing so might be one … Continue reading

The Best Ways to Parent When You’re Not Feeling Like Your Best Self

Becoming a parent means taking on the equivalent of three full-time jobs with no vacation or paid sick leave. And on top of it all, you still have to make it into the office each day to keep a roof … Continue reading