TMS Blog

15
Sep

How to Stop Procrastinating and Start Getting Things Done

If you came here looking for advice on how to stop procrastinating, you’ve already taken the first critical step. When it comes to procrastination, the important part isn’t only the initiative you take to find help to resolve it. Rather, it is your ability, to be honest with yourself. Both steps speak for themselves, demonstrating your aspiration to want something

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30
Aug

Stop And Smell the Roses by Tapping Into Your Senses

Have you ever had someone in your life remind you to “stop and smell the roses”? Perhaps this particular phrase had an impact on you. Maybe it inspired you to slow down during a time in life where you were moving too quickly. As you reflected on all the days you had spent confined in your busy reality, you had

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15
Aug

Drifting Away From Hope? TMS Therapy Can Help

When you suffer from an advanced mental health disorder, ‘hope’ can become an overused term over time. Maybe you started out looking for hope. But now, you are just looking for solutions. You know that it’s important to have hope, but it isn’t easy because you only find more of the same in your search for solutions. Perhaps at one

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31
Jul

5 Ways to Reconnect with Others

In the process of cultivating and nurturing relationships with friends and family, we also nurture ourselves. Social wellbeing is just one integral element of overall wellness, but it matters tremendously. At least, we are starting to understand that better now. Due to limited social interactions and remote work through quarantine, many friendships that were going smoothly are now strained. However,

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15
Jul

Can You Be Depressed And Not Know It?

You could know a lot about what depression looks like yet fail to recognize it in yourself. For one, depression can look quite different from person to person. Your symptoms can develop gradually and at different times, and some might not seem like depression. But the truth is, depression doesn’t always manifest as constant, immense sadness like we tend to

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30
Jun

A Gentle Reminder That Having A Preference For Tidiness Is Not The Same As OCD

When was the last time you were with your friend as they reorganized their closet, remarking how they are “so OCD about cleaning”? Knowing how rigorous they can sometimes be about tidiness, chances are you both laughed off this cute quirk about them. As with many other situations, conditions, and disorders in life, unless one has personal experience with or

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15
Jun

Silent Signs of Depression in Teens

Teenagers experience depression differently from adults, which is one reason why it’s challenging for parents to recognize when their teenage child is depressed. Not only that, but teens are less likely to reveal their feelings to you. Your teenager may think their thoughts and behaviors are normal or feel too embarrassed or ashamed to speak up. When parents fail to

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13
May

Why Is It So Hard To Move On In Life?

We all experience emotional pain and heartache in life that is difficult enough to endure, so why is it that we continue to relive that pain? Why is it so hard just to let go of the past and move on? Whether it’s a past relationship or a failure that you continue to play over and over in your mind,

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27
Apr

5 Ways Parents Can Help Teens Build Resilience

As parents, you have a tremendous amount of influence on your children, and with their teenage years being some of their most formidable and uncertain ones, it is an opportune time to help them build resilience. Having resilience does not mean they will not experience difficulties in life, but they will be more equipped to deal with them once they

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14
Apr

How to Fact Check Your Own Thoughts

A highly emotional situation is typically something that you do not see coming. Anything from receiving some bad news to losing someone you love or ending a relationship can elicit intense feelings that are entirely normal and valid. When you experience fear in the face of something like a highly emotional situation, that fear signals a powerful stress response in

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