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Anxiety, Fear, Personal Growth, Self-Care

It’s OK to Feel Moments of Hopelessness

You are not alone. Unless you are streaming television from a subscription service, you can’t escape the around-the-clock Coronavirus broadcasts. Last night, in a matter of five minutes, we watched the death toll increase by seven people. We turned off the TV and, instead, watched as two fire trucks and an ambulance pulled into our… Continue reading It’s OK to Feel Moments of Hopelessness

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Anxiety, Family, Parenting

Parents: It’s Our Job to Bolster and Protect the Mental Health of Our Children

Especially now, when their world has been turned upside down It wasn’t until my daughter sat silently in the backseat of the car with tears streaming down her face that I realized she was as anxious and overwhelmed by today’s new world as we are. As an educator, I’m embarrassed to admit this, but truth… Continue reading Parents: It’s Our Job to Bolster and Protect the Mental Health of Our Children

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Anxiety, Boundaries, Family, Relationships

5 Reasons Every Couple Should Attend Couple’s Therapy

This post contains affiliate links and we may earn compensation when you make a purchase using the links included in this post, at no additional cost to you. Therapy. When you say that word in a conversation, one of two things typically happens: Therapy?! For what? Your life is so great. You’re so put together.… Continue reading 5 Reasons Every Couple Should Attend Couple’s Therapy