Hi, it’s me – Christine. I told you last time that I was using some of the skills I learned in Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) training in my new career as a caregiver entrepreneur with CGUSA. I’ve gotta tell you, it’s been going great so far!
Hi, it’s me, Christine, again.
Hope everybody’s doing OK. As for me, my new career as a caregiver is looking up!
Hi, my name is Christine. I’ve got to figure out my life. Maybe you can help me?
Whether you are concerned about your own mental wellness or that of a loved one, taking the first steps towards getting help can be daunting. Should you see a psychotherapist, a psychologist or a psychiatrist? What are the differences between these professionals and the treatment they can provide, and how do you access care? This article aims to answer those questions and help you understand how to proceed.
The term mental health is commonly used in reference to mental illness. However, as the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states on its website, while mental wellness and mental illness are related, they represent different psychological states.
Eat right at any age – and teach your children to do the same
Whether you want to lose weight, maintain your current healthy weight or help your children grow up healthy and strong, proper nutrition plays a key role in meeting these goals. It’s important to understand what – and how much – you should be eating and drinking as well as how to set your children up for a lifetime of healthy nutrition habits.