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July- Make a difference in a child’s life Month

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What is anxiety?

What is anxiety and how to help yourself learn to gain control over it. Continue reading

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Parenting Tips

We all want our children to do as asked and respect us as parents.   I have always been an advocate of the benefits of play and here is yet another article about it’s use in day to day lives … Continue reading

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13 life beliefs that destroy self confidence

We all have that subconscious voice in us telling us things.  But how many of these beliefs are you telling yourself which are undermining your own self confidence. 13 life believes that destroy self confidence  

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Living with anxiety

I recently read an article someone living with panic attacks had written.  If your struggling with anxiety and panic attacks you should really read it.  The most important thing you can do for yourself is to have compassion.  Yes, compassion … Continue reading

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The recent video on social media

A recent video making it’s rounds in social media this week is the one in which three young, teen, girls are shown to disregard all common sense and not only talk to strangers on line, they also agree to meet the strangers in person. Luckily, the outcome is that it is basically an experiment, which the parents are in on, which shows that many teens still disregard warnings and sometimes common sense to meet with total strangers. Why? Continue reading

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Bad Therapy: 10 Signs That You Need a New Therapist

Originally posted on The Family Therapy Blog:
If you are in counseling now or consider seeking a therapist in the future, it is important to choose a counselor who is the right fit for you. I am always saddened to…

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Having problems sleeping? Even the experts do on occassion

We’ve all had problems going to sleep at times. The stress of day to day life sometimes keep us awake at night. Even the people who do studies of sleep sometimes have problems. Lack of proper sleep can cause daytime fatigue, irritability (yep that one is me), and problems concentrating during the day Continue reading

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How to become more resiliency from Psychology Today

Webster defines Resiliency as ” the ability of something to return to its original shape after it has been pulled, stretched, pressed, bent, etc.”  Stress often causes us to feel like we’ve been stretched, pressed or bent beyond our normal capacity .  … Continue reading

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It’s only a few weeks into the summer and your already hearing “I’m bored!” from your kids!

You know I’m a big advocate of play. I ran across this today when looking for things parents can do with kids over the summer. I know lots of this isn’t new to most parents but sometimes reminders help to … Continue reading

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