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10 things to do when you’re too depressed to do anything.

By: Madison Wolfe   Are you too overwhelmed? Sick? Numb? Stuck in your thoughts? The thought of anything doesn’t appease you? Your friend's and families’ suggestions aren’t helping you become ...
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Love is in the air- How to set your self up to find it

By: Lezlie Brezin, LCSW   Valentine’s Day. A day filled with gifts, candy, sweet text messages, emails, love notes, hallmark cards, and romantic dinners. Sounds wonderful and for many it ...
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How to survive a divorce during the holidays- Tips to help you manage this difficult time.

By: Esmeralda Faroh The divorce process is usually emotionally difficult under any circumstance, and those emotions tend to be harder to deal with during the Holidays because these are times ...
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5 Activities to Connect and Create Meaningful Memories with your Family this Holiday Season

By: Samantha Brazen The holidays can be so much fun, yet a bit overwhelming. This time of year we spend more time than usual cooking, shopping, traveling, and attending parties ...
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Are the upcoming holidays stressing you out? Here are some tips to prepare you for the holiday hustle.

By: Lezlie Brezin, LCSW Are the holidays stressing you out?! My in laws are coming into town, I haven’t seen them in 3 years! My kids are coming home for ...
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How to walk through “Stages of Grief” when life takes a sudden change.

By: Magaly Gauntlett When we think of the word “GRIEF”, we automatically think of “Death”, but in reality, grief comes in all sort of shapes. A loved one passing away, ...
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Understanding the Unique Challenges/Stressors Children Face Starting Off the School Year

By: Samantha Margaritis As a nation, we have come a long way since the start of the 2020 school year. At the start of last school year, there was a ...
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Coping with Back to School Anxiety for Teens

By: Sarah Rohan, LMHC As the new school year approaches, there are many teenagers who are looking forward to going back to school. Even though many students had been attending ...
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Returning to school during the pandemic- Reflections from a therapist mom

By: Alejandra Saavedra The start of the 2021-2022 school year is approaching. It's official that for Broward County residents, hybrid or fully online options will not be available at public ...
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Is your child off to College this Fall? 5 Tips to help you prepare for this important transition.

The end of summer is close, and many families are preparing to send their children to college. For some families, this will be the first time; for others, it is ...
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Making the most out of your freshman year in college

By: Sarah Rohan, LMHC Entering college is an exciting time to experience new things, meet new people and expand your knowledge. Most students need a little time to adjust to ...
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Is your Child struggling with back to School Anxiety?

By: Madison Wolfe- Returning back to school can be fun and exciting for some kids, and for others, it can be troublesome. If your child is anxious for the first ...
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Bittersweet. A mom’s guide to her firstborn grown and flown.

By: Lezlie Brezin, LCSW It's 3 am. I toss and turn, hot flashes envelop my body and my mind begins to make another list. I am that age. In that ...
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Consejos para consentirte a ti misma en este mes de las madres

By: Esmeralda Faroh, LMFT Ser madre trae muchas cosas hermosas en la vida, sin embargo no es una tarea fácil y viene con muchas responsabilidades que cambian totalmente nuestro estilo ...
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Un Mensaje De Corazón para mujeres con problemas de infertilidad.

By: Magaly Gauntlett Lidiar con problemas de infertilidad es un proceso muy doloroso y difícil que cualquier mujer puede experimentar. Las mujeres se preparan desde muy niñas para ser madres. ...
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Tips on Supporting an Expecting or New Mother on Mother’s Day

By: Samantha Brazen Motherhood- an individualized journey consisting of love, commitment, friendship, fear, frustration, worry, and laughs. As a first-time expecting mother, at least those are some things I anticipate ...
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A heartfelt message to women who struggle with infertility.

By: Magaly Gauntlett Dealing with infertility issues is one of the most painful and difficult moments that any woman can experience. It often feels that most people around us do ...
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Are you struggling with “Not good Enough Mother” worry?

by: Jesus Moreno, LMHC We all have sometimes wondered If we are doing things right as parents. In addition, there is tons of information online about how to be a ...
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Shining the light into on the darkness of Teenage depression

By: William Barney You are not alone if you or someone you know is going through a difficult time.  Depression can come in many forms and impact everyday tasks from ...
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How to Heal During a break up?

By: Sarah Rohan Experiencing a breakup can be devastating. For many people, a breakup can trigger feelings of isolation, rejection, and loneliness. It is easy to get caught up in ...
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