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6 Signs You May Need Anger Management Help

Everyone experiences feelings of anger from time to time. It can even be healthy to let that anger out. However, not everyone can keep control of those emotions. Experiencing uncontrolled anger is certainly not the most comfortable situation, but what can be even worse is having to deal with the ramifications. If you or someone […]

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Social Media Anxiety Disorder

When was the last time you checked your Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Snapchat account? Do you ever feel anxious when you are unable to check them? You may be surprised to know that social media anxiety disorder is a real disorder. It is a mental health condition with great similarities to social anxiety disorder. Anxiety […]

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Recognizing and Understanding Panic Attacks

I have heard it described many times before. It usually starts with, “I didn’t know what was happening to me.” They then go on to describe an overwhelming feeling of fear. Feelings of dizziness and or being a little lightheaded come on. Palms sweat and sometimes shake. Their face feels flushed. Blood pressure goes through […]

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Is Facebook Bad for Your Mental Health?

Ping. Ping ping ping. Swoosh. Ping. Oh hi. Hello. I’m sorry, I didn’t see you there. Ping. Sorry. Okay, I’ll put this thing away. I posted a video of my dog on Facebook this afternoon; he learned to hula hoop. I had to share. The people love it. Ping ping ping. That’s one way to […]

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Prioritize Your Mental Health in 2017

While your friends and family are resolving to cook more dinners at home; to lose 50 pounds; to travel more; or to check seeing Tom Petty in concert off the old bucket list, but you’re starting smaller: with yourself. You’ve decided the year 2017 is the year of you. 2017 is the year you have […]

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Mindfulness & Self Care Are Key to Relieving Holiday Stress

It’s the hap-happiest season of all With those holiday greetings and gay happy meetings When friends come to call It’s the hap-happiest season of all For some of us, the holiday season dredges up more feelings of stress and anxiety than it does feelings of comfort and joy. The family gatherings, buying gifts and the […]

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When Your Way is the Right Way: The Methodology of Persuasion

To be persuasive is an important skill that can help you get ahead — and make you happier — at work, at home, and in social situations, too. But that’s not all it’ll do: Learning the tricks of persuasion can also provide unique insight into how and when they’re being used on you. Consider the […]

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Mental Illness Is Not a Four-Letter Word. Know the Warning Signs.

“Mental illness isn’t something that can happen to me. Not to my family.” The thing is, it could happen. You might be surprised to learn just how common mental disorders are; an estimated 54 million Americans suffer from some form of mental disorder in a given year. Even given these numbers, most families are caught […]

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Your Brain Deserves a Break This Summer: Take It & Be Mindful

The kids are out of school, and pretty much everyone in the office is checked out. It’s vacation season. Nearly half (45 percent) of all Americans who vacation do so in the summer months, July more specifically. To Florida or California, DC or New York, the Caribbean Islands or Europe: We go on vacation to […]

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