Mental Health Blog

Positive Parenting
Posted by David Rohrbach on

Parenting is one of the most rewarding and yet difficult jobs there is. And it’s common to wonder if we’re “good enough?” Are we being too strict? Why aren’t we more consistent with following through with consequences? These are questions many parents have and you...

Millennials Become Adults... or Do They?
Posted by Nancy Hennings on

The economic times weighs in heavily in the delayed launching of young adults from the family home. The Millennial generation (born between 1982 and 2004) came of age and is coming of age in a time of economic uncertainty. According to Neil Howe, in Forbes.com, this generation is...

How to Build a Strong, Committed Relationship with your Partner
Posted by CPCC Blogging Team on

Commitment is one of the most important parts of any relationship. It can also be one of the most challenging. To ensure that both you and your partner stay committee in your relationship, keep these tips in mind. Create a self-statement. A self-statement is a declaration, such as “my...

Being a Positive Advocate for Your Child with Disabilities
Posted by CPCC Blogging Team on

Having a child with a learning disability comes with a special set of difficulties. The best way to help your child thrive is to be an advocate for them. Keep these tips in mind to ensure that you are the best advocate possible for your child. Stay dedicated. Being an advocate for your child...

The Mysterious Link Between Nutrition and Depression
Posted by CPCC Blogging Team on

Most people wrongly assume that a poor diet affects their physical health, but not their mental health. The popular phrase “you are what you eat” did not come out of thin air! If you supply your body with poor fuel, you will feel poor! The types of food you eat can dramatically...