Physical Well-Being

Why Eating Less & Moving More Doesn’t Work

If you\’ve ever consulted a professional about losing weight, chances are that you\’ve been told something along the lines of \”eat less, move more.\” This advice seems logical enough, and it\’s been drilled into us by not only health professionals, but by the media and pop culture.  If we consume less calories, and burn more

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Are We Ready For the Conversation About Sex & Health?

Long-held taboos have kept women from talking about, understanding, and pursuing a higher level of sexual well-being. It’s 2023 and it’s still taboo to discuss female sexual pleasure. Many of us are not aware of the importance of pleasure to our physical well-being, or even think that we do not deserve to experience it. In

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There’s a Pill for that

Taking medication to address anxiety, depression, trauma, or other related issues is still highly stigmatized. Let’s unpack why. Note: This article is only meant as an educational resource, not to provide clinical recommendations. According to a 2019 national survey, 16% of adults receiving some form of mental health treatment also received medication to improve their

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Your Workplace Performance and Your physical Health are linked

It might seem obvious that regular physical exercise can improve performance in other areas of our lives. Yet, how many of us truly make time for our physical well-being in the same way we make time for our careers? If you’re here in Joy Society, you likely care about improving your workplace performance and reaching

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