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Articles on a wide variety of topics to support your family’s mental health, relationships and wellbeing from Pine Rest experts and vetted mental health resources.

Summer can be a lot of fun for kids, but it’s also a lot of work when you’re a parent. Here are a few tips to help your family to relax, have fun and connect with each other this summer!
How can trauma victims and people who struggle with PTSD get the help they may need? For some, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) may be the answer.
Many barriers exist for men who struggle with mental health, but there is hope that these barriers can be overcome to live a fulfilling life!
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Summer can be a lot of fun for kids, but it’s also a lot of work when you’re a parent. Here are a few tips to help your family to relax, have fun and connect with each other this summer!
How can trauma victims and people who struggle with PTSD get the help they may need? For some, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) may be the answer.
Summer is full of promise and possibility. Embrace the potential and remind yourself that the time and energy you proactively put into creating a positive structured environment this summer will be well worth it!
Anger and outrage are appropriate responses to injustice. The way we process and channel our pain can help protect us from long-term mental health effects and make us better citizens and advocates. When channeled, anger and pain can spur meaningful action and effect change.
It’s common for people who have experienced a tornado to have very strong emotional reactions. Your family and community can take a number of steps to help restore emotional well-being and a sense of control.
Learn more about DBT, a powerful form of talk therapy, and how it can help people who experience emotions with exceptional intensity.
Perinatal mood and anxiety disorder can make balancing relationship and parenting roles feel impossible. These tips from Dr. Lesley Hetterscheidt can help couples navigate the stresses of parenting together and get their relationship back on track.
Dr. Lesley Hetterscheidt shares tips on how couples can work on re-connecting and rebuilding their relationship after a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder (PMAD)
Many couples have a hard time talking about intimacy, but it is a vital part of a relationship and an important topic for discussion. Dr. Lesley Hetterscheidt offers couples tips on how to connect and communicate more effectively.
Understanding behaviors such as self-harm or suicidal thoughts is the first step toward offering support to your friend or family member with BPD.

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