Category: Adult Health & Wellness

The Power of Buddie

By Juan Santos, M.S., CRC, LPCA When I married my wife, I also married her childhood dog “Buddie”. It has been almost a year since Buddie left us. Yet, I can spend...

Getting Along With Family During The Holidays

By Juan Santos, M.S., CRC, LPCA Being around people that you may not see eye to eye with can be difficult. Even more difficult when you are forced to interact with that...

The Flu Is Not A Season

By Guest Blogger Tricia Sheehan, Certified Health Coach We all know that we tend to get sick more often between October and February…. But do we know WHY?  Is it the...

Sadness, Grief, and Depression: There is a Difference

By Guest Blogger Gray Moulton, LMFT, CST Therapist There has been much discussion in the media and in our social groups lately about depression. There is a constant need...

7 Tips for Mom Runners

By Guest Blogger Sandy Harper It seems so long ago since I was able to just lace up my sneakers, head out the door and hit the pavement. Now there is a lot more planning...

My Brother Died By Suicide, But Depression Took His Life

By Guest Blogger Nikki Warren “I love you all. Bye.” This was one of the last texts I received from my brother, Gregg, before he took his own life at age...

Looking For The Good

By Guest Blogger Ellen Bryant Lloyd I was listening to NPR in my car one afternoon, and thinking about all the tragedy our world seems to experience. As I approached a...

You Are Invited: Uptown Brew and BBQ

By Guest Blogger Cameron Harris Presented by First Tennessee Bank Benefiting the National MS Society Thursday September 29, 6-8:30 pm The Millennium Center 101 W. 5th...

Celebrate Labor Day with Women’s Hospital

By Guest Blogger Jo Andrews, Marketing Manager, Cone Health Women’s Hospital At Women’s Hospital, every day is Labor Day! And every day, Women’s Hospital...

How to Stop a Racing Mind When Trying to Go to Sleep

By Juan Santos, M.S., CRC, LPCA Why is it that before going to bed our mind often feels like it’s on steroids? Our brain is sometimes in “hyper-mode” when we have...