How to be confident
How to be confident

Be confident no matter what comes your way by looking inward and updating your beliefs about yourself. Nobody can make you feel inferior without your consent. ~ Eleanor Roosevelt Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you are right. ~ Henry Ford The way you treat yourself sets the standards for others.... » read more

Prioritizing Your Mental Health After Surgery
Prioritizing Your Mental Health After Surgery

In the U.S. alone, millions of surgeries are performed each year. Some are riskier than others, and some require a longer recovery period. When people are in recovery after surgery, their physical health is typically the priority. Of course, it’s important for your body to heal and get stronger after a procedure. But, more studies... » read more

How to Stay Motivated in Tough Times
How to Stay Motivated in Tough Times

When the going gets tough, the tough get going.   That inspirational saying has been around for years, but it’s so often easier said than done. Going through difficult times or having to deal with a major life event you never thought would happen can make it hard to “get going” anywhere. Tough times tend... » read more

Neurodiversity Celebration Week Events!
Neurodiversity Celebration Week Events!

MMI news: Mind Matters celebrates different ways of thinking with Neurodiversity Celebration Week events!   The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) Mind Matters Initiative (MMI) will be holding interactive online sessions on autism and dyslexia in the veterinary professions this month as part of Neurodiversity Celebration Week starting on Monday 15 March 2021. Neurodiversity... » read more

Four Types of Disabilities You Should Know About
Four Types of Disabilities You Should Know About

  What’s the difference between a learning disability and a developmental disability? How can you tell the two apart? If you want to learn more about the types of disabilities, you’ve come to the right place! This article will give a brief description of disability types and help you tell the differences between them. Keep... » read more

Using Writing As A Tool For Better Mental Health
Using Writing As A Tool For Better Mental Health

Poor mental health is becoming almost as pervasive a problem as Covid itself as a result of this pandemic. With more and more people experiencing traumatic losses, loneliness and unexpected shifts in their lives, it is no surprise that debilitating illnesses such as depression and anxiety are on the rise. To compound the issue, as... » read more