Our Articles

As we strive to create a brand of emotionally sensitive and therapeutic products we have also been invited to write about our passions in other places.  Here are just a few of the articles where we help to share our vision and insignts with others:

Get The Conversation Started       Created On: 11/2/2015

It’s no surprise that open communication is one of the keys to a healthy and long-lasting relationship.  It is something that cuts down on misunderstandings that lead to fights and is definitely something that can keep things fresh, exciting and fulfilling for both parties in the bedroom. Read More

5 Truths About Dating Someone With A Mental Illness       Created On: 11/14/2015

We've all heard (or have) horror stories about dating people who turned out a little "crazy".  Maybe she moved from the "like" stage to the obsession stage too quickly, or maybe he reacted by burning your stuff when you ended things.

But when it comes to talking about potential partners, most people don’t mention how to Read More

3 Ways to Fight Holiday Loneliness       Created On: 12/1/2015

During the holidays, there's this great sense of togetherness. You can’t flip through the channels on TV without seeing an endless supply of commercials and shows revolving around big families all snuggled around the tree, or parties full of happy holiday spirit. 

And while that might bring warm and fuzzy feelings to most people, there are also those who are tempted to crawl into bed and wait it out until a week past New Year’s. In fact, according to Emily White, author of Lonely: Learning to Live With Solitude,  as much as 10 percent of people Read More

Create Your Image       Created On: 9/24/2015

For most people, it is when they are in high school that they first realize just how much other people's opinions of who they are can affect their happiness and their whole lives. Read More

What Your Clothes Have To Say       Created On:10/1/2015

Some people would say that those who spend a long time thinking about the clothes that they buy and what they wear every day superficial and that there are more important things to concentrate on. But, the truth is that the way that you dress yourself does say a lot about the type of person that you are and Read More

What You Know       Created On: 10/16/2015

There is a quote by the psychologist Erik Erikson that says, "The more you know yourself, the more patience you have for what you see in others." And while it is true that when you know all of your own greatest and troublesome traits that you are more open to Read More

The Anxiety Monster       Created On: 10/30/2015

We have all had that moment when anxiety has taken us over. It might happen when you are worried about someone that you love when you feel that you can't do anything to help them. Or, you could have anxiety associated with work or social situations. And while we find ways to get through these moments, some of them are more effective than others. Here are some tips for dealing with your anxiety. Read More

How to Succeed at work and Manage Mental Illness       Created On: 11/13/2015

We all have that dream for work to be more than just a means to a paycheck and instead be something that we really love to do. But, if you're someone who suffers from a mental illness or are a going through a time that is compromising your mental health (like 1 in 10 people in the world do in their lifetime) you might have a harder time Read More

How to Survive and Thrive: Building the Abilty to Overcome Adversity       Created On: 11/17/2015

The struggles we all face throughout our lives all have the power to define us. Each trial has the potential to make us strong or to create a scar that never fully gets healed. So, what is it that decides if you will see yourself as a survivor or a victim? It turns out that while there are some who seem to have greatness sewn into their DNA and personality, it is possible to teach yourself to thrive even in the most difficult of times.

Here are some essentials to being the one to rise above. Read More

Healing Post Paris       Created On: 12/1/2015

When the news of the lethal terrorist attacks in Paris reached the public, the world exploded in an outpouring of emotions. The hashtag "Pray for Paris" rocketed to the top of trending topics on Twitter, while others expressed anger and hatred towards the Islamic fundamentalists many assumed were responsible for the deaths and injuries to hundreds of Parisians. What they were all experiencing is Read More