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Instead of waiting for something to motivate you to change or giving up on change, it is important to look at what makes change so difficult.
How to stay informed and protect your mental health Technology advances have allowed society to stay in touch and be informed of other’s doing in an instant. This has been a great thing especially during COVID when we were all in quarantine, but it…
  The winter months stretch before us once again but don’t give up hope! The following tips can help you counteract cabin fever and even enjoy what the winter season has to offer. What exactly is cabin fever? Cabin fever is a distressing,…
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The good news is postpartum depression (PPD) is treatable. Those who suffer from it are not bad parents. They are not monsters who will hurt or damage themselves, their child, or others. They do have an illness that can be treated. Postpartum and…
It is not uncommon for women to set very high expectations for themselves during pregnancy and when baby arrives. After giving birth, new moms might expect to get back in shape, feel rested and refreshed, maintain a clean house, prepare healthy meals…
In recognition of National Youth Violence Prevention Week. When you think of dating violence, the images that pop into your head are probably not images of 11 or 12 year olds. However, teen dating violence is epidemic at both the middle and high…
Our society often tells us that happiness comes from outside of ourselves…marrying Mr. or Miss Right, landing the promotion, affording a dream vacation, getting chosen for the lead in the school play or winning the championship. However,…
Parents, teachers, and other adults go to great lengths to protect teenagers from harm. Yet, within any group of adolescents, statistics indicate one of every five females and one of every seven males either are currently engaging or have engaged in…

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