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Not Always What It Seems

Published: Aug. 21, 2018

It is so easy to look at the outward appearance and expression of a deaf and homeless man, and discount him as crazy, nuts or dangerous.

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6 Signs of Suicide You Shouldn't Ignore

Published: Jun. 27, 2018

Suicide is the second leading cause of death among college students; Approximately 22 veterans die from suicide every day. Dentists, physicians and lawyers are among the professions with disproportionately high rates of suicide. Gay youth are said to be three times more likely to die by suicide than heterosexual youth. Between 30 and 45 percent of trans people attempt suicide at some point in their lives.

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Tips for Managing the Emotional Bank Account

Published: Jun. 21, 2018

So if you have a bank account you know that the more money you deposit into it, the more money you can withdrawal from in emergencies. This is similar to being content in your relationships; when there are more positive experiences with a partner, there are more experiences that can be looked back on during the hard times.

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6 Ways to Effectively Overcome Stress

Published: Jun. 16, 2018

Stress affects everybody in some form and is almost a “normal” part of our modern lifestyle. However, the way you deal with stress is what truly determines how detrimental it will be in your life. Here are 6 ways to effectively overcome stress.

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5 Things to Remember When Choosing a Therapist

Published: May. 10, 2018

May is Mental Health Awareness month! This is as perfect time as any to talk about what to look for in a therapist. Congratulations! You’ve decided you want to take your mental health in your own hands and now it’s about finding a therapist who’s a good fit for you.

Here are some things to remember when starting your therapy journey:

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5 Tips for Better Arguments

Published: Mar. 05, 2018

Whether you disagree on how the toilet paper roll goes on or whose parents’ house you’re going to for the holidays; couples argue. Disagreements are a natural part of any relationship so I want to share my 5 tips on having better arguments.

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Five Myths About Mental Health

Published: Feb. 19, 2018

Therapy should not be a scary word but because of society’s stigmas about mental health, it continues to keep people from taking care of themselves.

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Helpful Holiday Tips to Keep You Mentally Healthy

Published: Dec. 20, 2017

Okay here is some Helpful Holiday Tips to Keep You Mentally Healthy: As the holidays draw closer, many of us feel anxious or concerned about extended time with family. We often participate in family gatherings that can cause friction or discomfort. If this is you - here are a few tips to help keep your sanity in difficult situations.

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Hearing: ‘I’m gay’ (or lesbian, bisexual or transgender)

Published: Feb. 09, 2017

I urge parents to remember their child came to them and shared this very important piece of information, which is not to be taken lightly.

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How to talk politics with friends and family

Published: Mar. 13, 2016

I recently felt bold and asked a family member for an opinion on a particular candidate. I thought my relative might be in support of a candidate, the support of whom completely astounds me.

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