Jen Hartstein, Yahoo Life Mental Health contributor and practicing psychologist, explains why people shouldn’t feel guilty taking time off from work during the pandemic.
Jen Hartstein, Yahoo Life Mental Health contributor and practicing psychologist, shares 5 tips to stop feeling hopeless in uncertain times.
Jen Hartstein, Yahoo Life Mental Health contributor and practicing psychologist, shares the risks she is willing (and not willing) to take these days during the pandemic.
Jen Hartstein, Yahoo Life Mental Health contributor and practicing psychologist, reveals that feeling stressed or conflicted after hearing from an ex is perfectly normal.
Brides are switching gears for their summer weddings: ‘I never had a back-up plan for an international pandemic’
The determination to say “I do” this summer hasn’t waned, and with states easing shelter-in-place restrictions regarding weddings, churches and other venues, the show will go on — with a few significant adjustments.
As COVID-19 continues to claim tens of thousands of lives across the U.S., graphic footage of George Floyd’s death circulates across Twitter, and police officers clash with protesters, watching the news can be a bleak, upsetting and overwhelming process. For many people, it’s triggering.
As states continue to reopen following coronavirus-related shutdowns, many are finding they’re not as excited as they expected to be but are instead feeling anxious and conflicted.
For many parents, trying to do their own jobs while helping their teens and tweens cope and keep up with their school work has become one of the most challenging aspects of the pandemic.
1: Why did you choose to become a therapist? When I was young, I always knew that I liked helping people. In high school, I took a psychology class and everything just “clicked.” I knew
We’re now on Day Who Knows of quarantine and, while some areas of the country are starting to open up again, plenty of others are still on lockdown. And for many, that’s starting to get old, fast.