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I’m Feeling Anxious And I Don’t Know Why

I’m Feeling Anxious And I Don’t Know Why

You can think of anxiety as an alarm bell of sorts. It is warning us that a threat is present or looming. In humanity’s earliest days, more often than not, this alert system enabled our species to survive. However, for most people today, you can feel anxious for “no...

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How to Manage Your Anxiety in the New Year

How to Manage Your Anxiety in the New Year

Anxiety is the most common mental health issue in the U.S. Over 40 million Americans report struggling with anxiety. Who knows what the unreported numbers are? Long story short: You are not alone and anxiety is nothing to be ashamed of. Life is stressful — especially...

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How to Manage Daily Stress for Long Term Benefits

How to Manage Daily Stress for Long Term Benefits

Everyone gets stressed. And dealing with it is a normal and inevitable part of life. In most cases, daily stress is helpful. It guides you away from unnecessary risks and helps you remain self-aware. These days, however, we are more inundated with stress than ever...

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Helping Young Children Manage Big Feelings – 5 Tips

Helping Young Children Manage Big Feelings – 5 Tips

It’s never easy to see your child get angry. Often, it can make you feel upset or frustrated, too. As adults, we sometimes believe the way children express their anger, sadness, or even happiness is unwarranted.  However, it’s essential to understand that children act...

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3 Tips to Navigate Online Couples Counseling at Home

3 Tips to Navigate Online Couples Counseling at Home

It could be that you and your partner have been struggling for some time now. Perhaps, you always disagree and can’t see eye-to-eye. Or maybe the coronavirus pandemic, forcing you both to be home more, is bringing to light or emphasizing issues you didn’t realize were...

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Teens Thrive with Online Therapy – Here’s Why

Teens Thrive with Online Therapy – Here’s Why

Many parents have experienced dragging their teen to counseling. Several reasons might cause a teen to struggle with going to therapy, such as: It feels weird being in a counselor’s office. The conversation is awkward and not genuine. And of course, teens are often...

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Making Sense of Depression – Can It Get Better?

Making Sense of Depression – Can It Get Better?

Hopelessness, sadness, emptiness are all words frequently associated with depression. When you struggle with depression, it only makes sense that you want to know whether or not it can get better. Even if you’ve been depressed for years, and are “used to" feeling this...

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When Is It Time for Anxiety Treatment?

When Is It Time for Anxiety Treatment?

Maybe you’ve tried putting off anxiety treatment for a while now. Whenever you experienced an anxiety flare-up, you always felt you could deal with it on your own. But the worry and avoidance are getting worse and maintaining your mental health is becoming more of a...

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5 Ways to Calm Your Anxiety During the Holidays

5 Ways to Calm Your Anxiety During the Holidays

Anxiety and the holidays are almost synonymous with one another. There’s so much to do and so many obligations on your plate that it gets overwhelming very quickly. Even the thought of the holidays may bring on anxiety symptoms for you. But  you don’t want anxiety to...

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