5 Ways to Manage Anger

All of us can relate to getting mad sometimes.  All of us have “lost our cool” at times; have said something more harshly than we meant; or wish we could take back something we said or did while mad.  We can’t control how we feelso the goal of anger management is not to stop feeling angry.  The goal is to learn how to respond to situations or people more effectively

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Winter Sadness and Depression - Seasonal Affective Disorder

SAD is a type of depression that starts in the fall or winter and progressively gets worse. It improves around the spring and summer when the days get longer. SAD can occur also in the summerbut it is less common.

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Eating disorders - Freedom from food & body obsession

Eating disorders and issues surrounding food and body image seem to be growing in today’s culture for women and men.  Indeedthe “typical” demographic of eating disturbances is that there is no typical demographic anymore

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10 Steps to Cultivating Social-Emotional Intelligence In Children

All parents want their child to be socially and emotionally competent. Social-emotional intelligence is a key to success in all areas.

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What's the key to a happy relationship and marriage?

Couples often get stuck in negative patterns of interaction. Ignoring basic communication rules and being unaware of communication pitfalls can slowly erode goodwill and positive sentimentleading to contempt and withdrawal.

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