Cottonwood Tucson Blog

wooden cutting board with bright orange freshly cut winter squash - superfoods
Winter is often a time when nature reminds us to enjoy the quiet and prepare a foundation of rebirth. Few things do this as well as choosing wholesome, nourishing foods that warm the soul, soothe the immune system, and give...
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woman in a dress outside with pink clouds in the sky - pink cloud syndrome
After months or even years of scuffling with mental and emotional health, it’s no wonder that when proper treatment shows promise, you feel on top of the world. However, there’s a difference between a hopeful outlook for the future and...
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digital illustration of support group - diverse people in chairs in a circle - support role
Being a Support Role for a Loved One When someone you love has unmanaged mental health problems, it may seem at times that the emotional rollercoaster is too much to bear. You ebb from worry and helplessness to frustration and...
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woman and her young daughter sitting on couch meditating at home - meditate
As you learn about new techniques for managing mental health and emotional issues, meditation might be one mentioned most frequently. But what purpose does it serve, and can it really help you? Let’s look at the science behind it and...
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cropped shot of women's hands putting ornaments on a holiday tree - drama-free holiday season
Okay, if we’re honest, it’s possible that “drama-free” and “holiday season” are simply two ideas that don’t go together! All the proverbial hustle and bustle, traveling, and splitting time between places are common. But lingering aspects of the pandemic, as...
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man in his forties sitting at home on his couch looking bored or sad - languishing
When we think of someone flourishing in life, we notice their vitality, contagious energy, and general positivity. Languishing, a term popularized by psychologist and sociologist Corey Keyes, is the opposite of that. For some people, this state of being might...
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thin, athletic woman jogging outdoors during fall - bulimia nervosa
Eating disorders often have complicated origins: they’re not always about consuming too much or too little food. That behavior is a symptom of much greater mental health concerns. When someone suffers from bulimia nervosa, commonly known as bulimia, proper treatment...
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woman laying in bed on her side - better sleep
It’s common to think we can get by on little sleep occasionally, as we can always make it up later. In reality, we should pay close attention to our “sleep hygiene” and do all we can to get better rest....
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cropped shot of person lighting several candles - self-care
Self-care is often a buzzword that many people grow weary of hearing, simply because they think it involves a lot of snake-oil products or unrealistic methods. While there might be a little of that in the marketplace, it benefits you...
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