What if we stopped goal setting? From birth, we have goals in place. Goals are set for us before we can even set them for ourselves. We start school with the intention of getting from one grade to the next. The goal of Kindergarten is to get into first grade. Upon completing grade school you attend middle school followed by … Continue reading Can Goal Setting be Contributing to Depression?
The Psychological Impacts of Volunteering When Depressed Dr. Susan Noonan is not only an advocate for individuals with mental illness, but also a counselor, a teacher, and a friend. She is actively teaching the psychological impacts of volunteering and the road to recovery from depression. Recently, I posted a blog on my Psychology Today column … Continue reading Psychological Impacts of Volunteering