The Single Most Important Factor In Creating Joy

From: Mind Body Green By: Sheryl Paul There are so many ways to heal, and the miracle of the Internet brings them all to our fingertips. Whether it's meditation, journaling, or yoga, we know what it takes to feel better and we can easily sign up for a course to help us learn to implement these … [Read more...]

Suicide Isn’t About Wanting to Die

From: Psych Central By: Gabe Howard There are many misconceptions when it comes to suicide. People believe that it is selfish, egotistical, and even immoral. To stipulate, I am speaking of suicide in the context of mental illness. I am not speaking about assisted suicide in the context of choosing … [Read more...]

3 Tips to Liberate Yourself from Toxic People

From: Positively Positive By: Jack Canfield When I was a first-year history teacher in a Chicago high school, I quickly stopped going into the teachers’ lounge, which I dubbed the “Ain’t It Awful” Club. Worse than the haze of cigarette smoke that constantly hung over the room was the … [Read more...]

Highland Hospital in Search of Maintenance Assistant

Highland Hospital is accepting applications for a full-time skilled maintenance assistant. Application deadline is June 1, 2015. JOB SUMMARY: Individual will assist in the maintenance of the hospital facilities to ensure a safe environment in adherence to established Hospital, federal, state, … [Read more...]

The Narcissistic Parent is the Most Harmful Parent

From: Psych Central By: Gerald Schoenewolf, Ph.D. Narcissism seems to be on the rise in America and therefore so is narcissistic parenting.  One of the biggest problems is that narcissistic parents do not have any inkling that they are doing something wrong.  They are convinced that they are … [Read more...]

Ways to Manage Anxiety in Love Relationships

  From: Healthy Place By: Greg Weber It’s no secret that managing anxiety in love relationships can be tricky. That’s because nothing can trigger anxiety like the intimacy and vulnerability of a relationship. It takes a lot for an anxious person to risk having their anxiety seen by an … [Read more...]

Does Your Life Mean Something To You?


From: Psych Alive When author Bronnie Ware published The Top Five Regrets of the Dying, the inspiring book based on her years as a nurse, the world had quite a reaction. So many of us who get caught up in the go-go-go of daily life screeched to a halt to read about what would really matter when we … [Read more...]

3 Keys to Becoming a Conscious Eater

From: Psych Central By: Tracie Strucker, LCMFT, PhD Conscious eating nourishes your body with food and your mind and heart with peace. It is grounded in caring and compassion. It involves listening calmly and overriding the often-frustrating pull of emotional eating. To get started and help you … [Read more...]

Why Is It So Hard To Stop Procrastinating?

From: Psych Alive Most of us are aware of that voice in our heads that screams to us, “stop procrastinating!” And most of us know that the pressure and stress that this voice puts on us just makes us more intimidated and less likely to get anything done. Procrastination is a self-fueled cycle, … [Read more...]

Highland Hospital-Charleston CEO Friday Message

Cynthia Persily, PhD, RN, FAAN   Dr. Persily is the CEO of Highland Hospital in Charleston, WV As we enter into another Memorial Day weekend, it's fun to think about what we will do with a long weekend, or where we will go to celebrate, or even what we will cook on the grill. But we also must … [Read more...]