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Feeling Jealousy over the holidays?

By: Madison Wolfe- For some people, the holiday season is the happiest time of the year. For others, this is a reminder of what’s not right in your life. During ...
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Strategies for teens to avoid Family Conflict during the Holidays

By: William Barney Let's be honest; as a teenager, the holidays mean jumping on the PS5 or Xbox and playing Call of Duty or maybe even some God of War ...
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How Social Media can Increase Holiday Loneliness

By: Orianna Torres You probably know how it all begins… Your neighborhood is lit up with the endless sea of Christmas lights. Holiday music and films resonate throughout your home ...
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Consejos Invaluables sobre la crianza de nuestros hijos

By: Esmeralda Faroh Uno de los compromisos más grandes que adquirimos en la vida como seres humanos es cuando decidimos traer un niño(a) al mundo. Ese hermoso y complejo compromiso ...
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Groups in mental health

Why do things alone when you can do them with others? The benefits of group therapy.

By: William Barney There are a variety of psychotherapy approaches to approaching mental health, and one of those options is Group therapy which is a great way to cope with ...
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Could my Parenting Style be doing more harm than good?

by: Julie Sherman Parenting in today’s world can be very stressful and it’s natural from stressing over developmental milestones, school safety, academic achievement, making friends, and bullying….being a parent is ...
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Fun self-control games to Play with your child

By: Orianna Torres Have you ever found yourself saying to your child, “Can you please stay still?” Or even used the ultimate cry of desperation, “STOP IT NOW. Don’t do ...
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Vaping Dangers- What you need to know as a parent to help your teen.

By: William Barney As we swing back into the school year since summer vacation, new fears and anxieties come from both teens and parents. For the teens, it's the new ...
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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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College-mom-min

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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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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