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Kindfulness Connects: Q&A With a Volunteer

Brandon K. shares his adventures as a volunteer, his mental health journey, and the insights that he has gained along the way. Q: How did you first become involved with Project Helping? A: I first became involved with Project Helping while volunteering at the Action Center in Lakewood, CO. I enjoyed meeting the other volunteers … Continue reading Kindfulness Connects: Q&A With a Volunteer

Anxiety: Talk About It – Part 2

How to Manage Anxiety Everyone has their own way of dealing with anxiety. Here are some helpful tips for your day to day life: Get involved  Eat balanced meals Limit alcohol and caffeine Get enough sleep Exercise Do your best Accept you cannot control everything Be positive Learn your triggers Talk to someone     … Continue reading Anxiety: Talk About It – Part 2

Let’s Talk About Anxiety – Part 1

Anxiety is the most common disorder in today’s society but why is it so difficult to talk about?     According to The National Institute of Health one-third of all adults and children in America suffer from anxiety. Meanwhile, only one-third of those suffering with anxiety actively seek treatment. Signs and symptoms can range from … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Anxiety – Part 1

Social Anxiety and How to Overcome it

As time goes on, we hear the term social anxiety more and more. It is a common disorder worldwide. The Social Anxiety Institute states that the biggest indicators of this disorder are: Being introduced to other people Being teased or criticized Having all of the attention on yourself Knowing you’re being watched while doing something … Continue reading Social Anxiety and How to Overcome it

After Twelve Rounds: Standing Up to Stress

Stress is like a slow leak. I can feel it coming on. The slow heaviness starts in my chest hovering over each breath. The brain only takes a second to notice the change, to notice stress. Stress Weighs In Stress weighs in at different amounts. You could be managing it with yoga and breathing exercises and it … Continue reading After Twelve Rounds: Standing Up to Stress

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