How to Help Someone With Depression
Depression is a common but serious mental illness that comes with many negative emotional and physical symptoms. Depression can affect a person’s ability to enjoy life and function at work or school, and it can even be life-threatening if left untreated. Just as depression saps enjoyment from life, watching someone you love experience depression can […]Read More
Shame vs. Guilt
While you may use shame and guilt to describe your feelings interchangeably, there’s a big difference between the two. Guilt can help you understand how your actions impact others, but shame is an inward-facing emotion that reflects how you feel about yourself. During Recovery, guilt can help you move forward while shame keeps you stuck […]Read More
What Is Positive Self-Talk?
All of us keep a running dialogue with ourselves throughout the day. Whether it’s personal commentary, thoughts on life, the circumstances of your day or something else, you have the opportunity to fill your day with positive self-talk. Instead of continuing a pattern of negative self-talk, break the cycle and learn how you can change […]Read More
What Is Anxiety?
Anxiety disorders can impact anyone at any time. Sometimes a stressful event can cause anxiety symptoms such as a deteriorating personal relationship or a struggle with addiction. Other times, anxiety can come from telling yourself the worst will happen, and sometimes, you may not even know why you feel anxious. 7 Summit Pathways can help […]Read More
How to Recharge Your Mind
Does your everyday routine leave your body — and your brain — a bit too drained? We’re used to our lives being busy, but when your mental battery is always running low, it’s time to think about a recharge. Not sure how to boost your brainpower and energy? From basics to brain exercises, here’s all […]Read More