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Anger Management; The Price and Pain of Anger

  The Price and Pain of Anger   Anger can be an empowering emotion, it can motivate and activate you when you need to make changes in your life. Anger can assist you in making clean breaks and can protect … Continue reading

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Hope and the Power of Resiliency

Hope and the Power of Resiliency Resilience is the ability of an individual to cope with stress and adversity and to eventually overcome difficult experiences. Resilience (along with impulse control) is arguably the single greatest predictor in assessing for suicide; … Continue reading

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Autism Hope; Autism Linked To Immune System Problems

Autism Immune Disorder For those that keep up with the Aspie and Autism community, it was refreshing to find further hope that we are not powerless against rising wave of Autism Spectrum Disorder. The CDC now estimates that 1 in … Continue reading

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Child Counseling; Creflo Dollar and Family Dynamics

Child Counseling; Abuse Allegations? I was most appalled to read this weekend of the arrest of Creflo Dollar whom I have found to be an inspiration to many of my clients. I also enjoy listening to Dr. Dollar and was … Continue reading

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Microactions, Change and Diapercakes!

Change is good Yes, there is a correlation between mental health, positive psychology, support systems and diaper cakes; the correlation refers to micro-actions which are small actions that we take to bring us to a larger goal. One of my … Continue reading

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