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What does Valentine’s Day mean to you? Romance or heartbreaking pressure?

What does Valentine’s Day mean to you? Romance or heartbreaking pressure? Did you even get a chance to pack away your Christmas decorations before you were bombarded by another holiday? Valentine’s Day is considered the most romantic holiday of the year, but for many, it represents weeks of needless, often overwhelming pressure to come [...]

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Parents: you can help your kids cope with anxiety

Help your kids cope with anxiety I have a daughter in the first grade. I’m anticipating the many life challenges she will face – bullying, body image, looking different, acting different, homelife problems, LGBTQ concerns, peer pressure, and so much more. Right now, our kids are trying to understand and cope with the Oxford [...]

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Envy and jealousy are not interchangeable

Envy and jealousy are not interchangeable You and your partner have been arguing all day. At a dinner party that evening, you observe another couple happily talking, laughing and clearly enjoying each other’s company. You think to yourself, “why can’t that be us? I wish we could be that happy.” You are envious. In [...]

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Grief is complicated … and can be good for you

Grief is complicated … and can be good for you When we hear the word grief, we automatically think someone has died. In fact, if you search the internet for articles on grief, most talk about dealing with the death of a loved one. Grief is a natural response to loss. This loss can [...]

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