Boundaries: March Madness, Parenting, and Mental Health

When I was 5, we moved to Tipton, Indiana from Noblesville, Indiana. Our house had been for sale for several months, and I was registered for Kindergarten both in Noblesville and Tipton. Our house sold, and my parents bought another one in July, 1976. We moved, I started kindergarten in Tipton at Jefferson Elementary, andRead more ⟶

Dating With Mental Illness- An Interview with Jim Leftwich, Founder Of

Thank you so much for joining us, Jim. Can you tell us the “backstory” about what brought you to this specific career path? In the early days of the internet, I had tinkered with creating websites and always found that enjoyable. One day in 2004 I googled “Mental Illness and Dating” and found nothing, soRead more ⟶

Addressing Your Mental Health at Your Workplace

If a workplace is less than ideal for its employees, their mental health can suffer as a result. Decreased productivity, increased anxiety, and disengagement with work are common symptoms of problems with mental health in the workplace. By opening up about mental health at work, employers can make changes that improve conditions for their employeesRead more ⟶