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Reducing Zoom Fatigue

Reducing Zoom Fatigue

"Zoom fatigue" is a phrase that appeared early in the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers have identified and evaluated this weariness, noting that it increases with greater daily use of Zoom. Read about five factors that have been identified as possible reasons for Zoom fatigue. 

Anxiety Surrounding COVID-19 Vaccine

Anxiety Surrounding COVID-19 Vaccine

With the COVID-19 vaccine becoming more widely available, many people are trying to filer through the mass amount of information being thrown at them regarding which vaccine is better and how to live your life after the vaccine. Read Behavioral Health Partners March blog to learn about how to deal with the anxiety of the COVID-19 vaccine.

"Zoom Fatigue" is a thing. Here’s what you need to know.

"Zoom Fatigue" is a thing. Here’s what you need to know.

Zoom has become an integral part of people’s lives in the past five months. From this increase in use, Zoom fatigue has been identified by experts as a new problem. Check out Behavioral Health Partners August blog to learn more about how to combat Zoom fatigue.

Together While Apart-Find a Way Through

Together While Apart-Find a Way Through

Loneliness is an increasing concern, especially now. Your struggle with feeling lonely may be new or pre-existing, but know that you are not alone. In Behavioral Health Partners’ June blog post, brought to you by Well-U, learn more about how to manage your loneliness.

Mind Reading in Relationships

Mind Reading in Relationships

Expecting your partner to be able to read your mind can lead to relationship problems. The idea of mind-reading may lead you to stay quiet about what you would like or actions that have upset you. Check out the Behavioral Health Partners February blog post to learn more about improving your communication with your partner.

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