While society has come a long way toward being more inclusive, we still have a lot of work to do. "Ableism" is a form of discrimination against people with disabilities. Here are seven ways to overcome it — and hopefully educate others about the importance of inclusivity.
If you constantly struggle to get your child to sleep, or you wake up with a toddler in your bed several times a week, it’s a good idea to tackle your sleep issues head on. Here’s a step by step guide to ensuring everyone in your household gets the rest they need.
Looking after a child or loved one with autism, sensory processing disorder, or another health condition can be difficult. When you’re the primary caregiver for someone else, there’s a lot of stress put on your shoulders — and if you aren’t careful, that stress can build up and lead to caregiver fatigue.
If you're one of the 40 million people in the U.S. who suffers with anxiety, you probably already know which comments are helpful — and which are, to be blunt, you’d wish you’d never hear again. For those without anxiety, however, it's not always easy to know what to say. Most of the time, people just want to help.
Unfortunately, even a well-intentioned comment can make someone with anxiety feel worse. Here are eight things to never say to someone with anxiety, along with tips for ensuring your comments are positive and uplifting.
New to yoga? If your idea of this popular form of exercise is contorting your body into a pretzel, think again. There are hundreds of yoga poses, and not all of them require difficult moves or a gymnastics background to pull off.