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Create a Holiday Come True and You Will Lose those Blues

As the Holiday season quickly approaches, please remember that you are not alone. You are not alone in your memories of those prior holidays that may contain mixed emotions. You may have grieved losses this year – of family members, relationships, or items that somehow became magically lost. You may have gained the knowledge that…

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Mental Illness – When to Intervene

Mental illness is extraordinarily pervasive, and the likelihood is that you, or someone you know, has a diagnosable disorder. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, approximately 1 in every 5 adults in the U.S. (about 18.5% percent of Americans) experience some level of mental illness every year. That is a huge percentage! While…

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Living with ADHD – Creating Happier and Healthier Children

ADHD is a mental health disorder that can cause above normal levels of hyperactive and impulsive behaviors. Individuals affected may have trouble focusing their attention on a single task or sitting still for long periods. ADHD is one of the most common mental health disorders in the US, with 15 million individuals diagnosed. At this…

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Emotional Eating

From infancy, we develop an intense emotional relationship with food. Eating nourishes our bodies, certainly; but it also brings us comfort, satisfaction, and an incredible sense of security.  It provides us with immediate gratification unlike anything else.  Depending on our cultural/social influences, we learn to associate food and eating with celebrations of developmental and achievement…

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How to Be Yourself (In a World that Wants You to Be Someone Else)

“Just be yourself.” People throw this aphorism around like it’s that simple: “All you have to do is say, “just be yourself,” and then it happens!” While this contains a kernel of truth, the saying deceptively suggests that being yourself is a passive endeavor. In truth, it requires a strong intentionality. This is because of…

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Self Care Tips for the Coming Fall

Do you feel a chill in the air? School is back and the leaves are turning. It looks like Autumn is returning, full swing! Unfortunately, with the pumpkin lattes and fashionable scarves comes the steady chilling of the temperature outside, which in turn comes with a host of physical and psychological repercussions. What can you…

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