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An Attitude of Gratitude

An Attitude of Gratitude

The Thanksgiving holiday represents a celebration of gratitude in many different ways. Originally a celebration by the Pilgrims of their first harvest in the New World, the traditional Thanksgiving meal represents a rejoicing for bountiful crops, family and friends...

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Empty Nest Syndrome

Empty Nest Syndrome

As our children file back into class this fall, parents also return to the comfortable structure of daily routine: work days, family vacations, and our own activities planned around our childrens’ school schedules. However, there are families among us who are...

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Let Freedom Ring

Let Freedom Ring

July 4th marks the celebration of America's Independence from British rule. It was on this day in 1776 that the thirteen colonies declared they were no longer subject to the rules, restrictions, and ideologies being imposed on them by a monarch positioned across an...

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The holiday season is upon us!

The holiday season is upon us!

The holiday season is upon us! This is the time of year that brings families together. It can also be the time of year that reminds us why we might choose to spend time apart. Why is it that we can walk through the door of our parents' homes and immediately feel like...

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Summer time isn’t always fun time

Summer time isn’t always fun time

For many of our children who deal with mental health issues, a break from school might mean more than just a break from their routine; it might also mean a break from their medications. While there may not be a need for intense focus outside of the classroom, reducing or discontinuing ADHD medication over the summer can lead to hyperactivitity, irritability, and behavioral issues. For others, children have been known to experience depression as a result of social isolation during the summer while being away from their peers.

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How to handle an abrupt goodbye: Navigating the stages of grief

How to handle an abrupt goodbye: Navigating the stages of grief

When we think of the process of letting go, we tend to imagine a slow goodbye. A relationship that wanes before it ends, a long illness resulting in someone’s passing, a lifelong career transitioning into retirement.

In all these scenarios, we have the luxury of time. Time to prepare, time to anticipate, time to say the things we need to say, and time to tie our loose ends neatly into a bow.

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