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Be Active to Better Your Mental Health

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a therapy model that is known for getting people to change their thoughts in order to affect their feelings, freeing them up to reengage in the activities they used to enjoy. Research shows that the reverse is also true. Reengaging in these life activities can also positively impact our emotions. This means that changing our thoughts is important over the long term, but there are other things we can do to see immediate results.
Dr. Russ Morfitt
September 27, 2021
Mental Health

Stress and  COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Thankfully, it isn’t often that we hear about virus outbreaks on a global scale. But with all the talk lately about COVID-19 (commonly referred to as Coronavirus), many of us are finding ourselves increasingly stressed and worried—about our health, the economy, our paychecks or everyday activities that we generally wouldn’t think twice about.
Dr. Russ Morfitt
March 24, 2020
Mental Health

The Importance of Men Discussing Mental Health

June is Men’s Health Month and in recognition, Learn to Live would like to emphasize the importance of talking about mental well-being. In recent years, there’s been a lot of progress around the de-stigmatization of mental illness—however, a certain demographic still carries a heavy stigma behind mental health: Men.
Dr. Russ Morfitt
June 10, 2019