When Covid-19 first hit in March, we were certainly not prepared for it. What started off as a two-week closure of schools and businesses turned into months of anxiety and fear of the unknown. Experts have been warning us of the potential of a second wave for months, and just as life is starting to
With the holiday season quickly approaching, it is time to start thinking about creating holiday plans that are good for both your mental and physical health. Because of Covid-19, this holiday season will be unique and potentially challenging. Unfortunately, cases of coronavirus are increasing daily, so our usual plans with family and friends may not
What are boundaries? Boundaries are rules and limits we set for ourselves and others. They tell and show others acceptable ways of communicating, interacting, and behaving with you. Think of it like a ‘no trespassing’ sign on a property line– that is a clear sign that once you cross the boundary/line, there will be consequences.
On September 28, 2020, John Cooper, head coach of the Tampa Bay Lightning, told the world “Sometimes in failure, you find success.” He is certainly right. For the past five seasons, the talented Tampa Bay Lightning have experienced a parade of disappointments and failures. But now, they are the Stanley Cup Champions. Just last year
This past Sunday, 10/11/2020, 60 Minutes aired a story that featured Dr. James Pruden, an Emergency Medicine Physician at St Joseph’s Hospital in New Jersey, who miraculously recovered from COVID-19 after being hospitalized for 33 days. Coinciding with this feature, the Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) published an article titled, “Mental Health Disorders Related
With the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the Supreme Court Justice who stood for justice and equality for all people, we reflect back on one of her quotes that aligns with out values here at TLC-VR: “If you want to be a true professional, you will do something outside yourself. Something to repair tears in