National Eating Disorders Awareness Week is from February 25 – March 3, 2019. The theme this year is “come as you are”, encouraging people from all shapes and sizes to share their stories and unify the eating disorder community.
Responding appropriately to a loved one who suffers from mental illness can be trying at times. It can be difficult to be empathetic towards others when you don’t fully understand the struggles that they are facing, but giving the appropriate love and support is critically important when dealing with others.
Peer Pressure Can Affect Teen Development We often think of peer pressure as a negative occurrence, but it doesn’t have to be. Inevitably, teenagers want to feel liked and included, and their social circles will play a role in dictating their behavior—and ultimately their values. That’s why it’s so important that teens have positive and
Golf Outing for a Good Cause Join us for the 14th Annual Crossroads and Beacon Health Golf Outing on July 23rd at noon at Quail Hollow Country Club in Painesville, Ohio. Click here to get your tickets in advance. At that link, you can choose to get individual or group tickets, raffle tickets, and/or sign-up
Why self-care is important for preventing opiate relapse Recovering from an opiate addiction is a tough process. The tax on your mind and body requires time and effort in order to overcome your circumstances. With a good self-care program, you can feel better and regain health and happiness. You are not alone. Addiction to