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Re-Entry Anxiety & Self-Care in a Post-Pandemic World

With the Covid-19 vaccine available widely now and new recommendations from the CDC for fully vaccinated people to be able to resume activities without wearing masks or physically distancing, our world is adjusting to another major change: life post-pandemic. For...

How to Heal From Divorce

Divorce is one of the most stressful situations an individual can go through. The first step to healing is meeting yourself where you are and admitting that you’re hurting. You’ve experienced something traumatic and things are going to be hard for a while. Our...

Will you find hope and joy in this new year?

So many of us are preparing ourselves for a very different start to the new year. In the past, this time of year was filled with enthusiasm, gratitude and giving, and traveling and gathering with friends and loved ones; however, as we begin this new year, it feels...

Emotional Avoidance, Intelligence, and Acceptance

Have you ever felt so overwhelmed that you don’t even know what or how you’re feeling? Or maybe you just feel numb. Or could it be that you’ve gotten really good at acting out your emotions (lashing out angrily, spending your day fearfully preparing for worst-case...

What is Anxiety (and how should I feel about it)?

First off, Anxiety is normal. It’s a normal automatic reaction to stressors in our environment. Anxiety is not inherently bad. Its uncomfortable, it sometimes gets in the way. And because of the stigma around mental health, we’re led to think of anxiety as a bad...