If you’ve found yourself in a toxic workplace and have made the decision to leave, congrats! Stepping away from an environment where you don’t feel valued or heard takes a heck of a lot of courage, so we’re here to talk about what comes next.
We’ve asked two of our Sanvello therapists and members of the Latinx community to share their experiences as mental health providers, as well as offer up resources and tips for getting access to support.
Have you noticed yourself moving through your days with little motivation and a lot of “meh” feelings? Same here! It took me some time to realize that I’ve been experiencing the effects of the ongoing pandemic as something called languishing.
It’s estimated about 10 to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. Mine did. While we may not talk about it often, pregnancy loss is common. That’s why I’m here to discuss the grief, the shame, and the silence surrounding miscarriages and how we can seek support.
It’s hard to ignore the universal feeling of underlying anxiety now, and one place we can’t stop talking about it? Work. Whether you’re working from home, back in the office, or never left your work, the rules and how we feel about them have shifted.
Keeping your work life and personal life separate, and showing up for both, can be so hard to do. I’m sharing our top tips for setting workplace boundaries in hopes that they’ll help you feel a little less burned out and a little more in control of your time.
You name it, I’ve probably felt guilty about it. In working with my therapist and talking to close friends, I’ve come to realize that I’m not alone in putting extreme pressure on myself as a parent. So, I’m trying to remember to reach for these tools when I need them.
Self-care. We hear this term thrown around a lot, but just what does it mean? Through life experiences, I’ve learned that it revolves around making ourselves a priority.