"Research shows that even gentle touch from a stranger can make us feel more connected to the world around you," Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
“Everybody's mental health has been impacted by the pandemic ... so don't be afraid to ask someone how they're doing," Dr. Jen Hartstein tells Yahoo Life.
Online shopping may make back-to-school shopping more convenient for some families, but psychologists say it will never really replace this formative experience.
Think of after-school classes for children and chances are pole dancing wouldn’t immediately spring to mind. Zoe Hardy, 33 from Derbyshire who runs Pole Intentions with her twin sister Kelly, and offers a weekly group in Nottinghamshire for children of eight and above, has denied suggestions the classes contain ‘sexual connotations’ instead she claims it is a fun and innocent way for children to work out. The mother-of-two explained: “Many people still associate pole dancing with seedy strip clubs which is why we call it pole fitness.