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How to Navigate the Pandemic – A Guide for Young Adults

Young adulthood can be a very challenging time in life. Especially these days. The decisions, changes, pressures, expectations and hurdles toe the edge of overwhelm. Adding on a world pandemic with shut-downs, social distancing, economic concerns and so much uncertainty makes all of us, and especially those in this stage of their life, feel lost,

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6 Tips for Surviving Social Distancing

Humans are social beings, which makes the concept of social distancing amidst the COVID-19 outbreak difficult for many of us.  This unwelcome isolation can lead to feelings of loneliness, anxiousness and even depression. During this time of uncertainty, we are each carrying an even heavier load of stress and fear.  As we adjust to disrupted

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5 TIPS FOR COPING WITH HOLIDAY BLUES

The holiday season can shepherd love, gratitude and a sense of connection. Yet, oftentimes it can also bring unwanted feelings of anxiety, inadequacy and depression. The “Holiday Blues” are temporary feelings of anxiety or depression that can be associated with increased stress, unrealistic expectations or memories that accompany this season. Symptoms can include fatigue, feelings

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5 INDICATORS YOU COULD BENEFIT FROM COUPLES THERAPY

Deciding when to start couples therapy can be overwhelming as there is no concrete answer to when your relationship could benefit from outside support. Instead of waiting for a magic number of fights had with your partner, years spent together, or tears shed before seeking help, consider some of these indicators that you might need

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