Tag Archive: #parishnurse

How to Improve Your Mental Health

Posted on May 24, 2022
At times, it can be easy to neglect, but your mental health is an important influence on how you move through life. As this topic often arises, Dr. Marla Hartzen, medical director of AMG Park Ridge Behavioral Health at Advocate [read more...]

How to Foster Resilience in Children

Posted on May 24, 2022
Life can be tough no matter your age. Even children face challenges. That’s where resilience comes in. Resilience is our ability to persevere and adapt to changes and stressors in our world. It does not mean that we don’t experience [read more...]

Overcoming the Stigma of Mental Illness

Posted on May 17, 2022
Meeting Mental Health with Grace Ministry Stigma is when someone views you in a negative way because you have a distinguishing characteristic or personal trait that’s thought to be, or actually is, a disadvantage (a negative stereotype). Unfortunately, negative attitudes [read more...]

How to Better Address Autism

Posted on April 5, 2022
We’re talking about autism, a neurodevelopmental disorder affecting 1 in 59 children and their families. There are many factors behind an increase in diagnoses – some we know, and others we don’t. A heightened understanding of genetic causes has improved [read more...]

Spring Clean Your Way to a Clearer Mind 

Posted on March 21, 2022
Spring is coming and with that comes longer days, flowers in bloom and with it, an urge to spring clean. Dusting, vacuuming, and organizing can make your home feel fresh and new. By eliminating the clutter, you can improve your [read more...]

Heart Attack Symptoms for Women and Men

Posted on February 8, 2022
Heart disease is the leading killer of both men and women in the U.S. Heart attack is one possible result of heart disease. If you have a heart attack, the good news is that you have a greater chance of [read more...]

Live Your Faith. Love Your Community.

Posted on January 25, 2022
We are weary. We have lived with the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly two years and its end seems nowhere in sight. Cases, hospitalizations, and deaths continue to surge at an alarming rate. Hospital beds are full. Wait times in our [read more...]