Does agoraphobia come with the new ‘normal’?

2021-08-19T17:07:57-04:00

What really comes with the new ‘normal’? The time we have all waited patiently for is right around the corner. With the help of the three, effective vaccines and hardworking scientists, the United States’ COVID-19 rates have continued to decline. Although it seems as if there should be only highs from here, many people [...]

Does agoraphobia come with the new ‘normal’?2021-08-19T17:07:57-04:00

Keeping Your Sanity During Social Distancing

2021-07-22T13:36:37-04:00

We are living in interesting times. It seems as though over a weekend our lives have completely changed. And just as suddenly, we have had to adapt as a community for the greater good. Social distancing has been recommended globally as a means of “flattening the curve”. It’s one of [...]

Keeping Your Sanity During Social Distancing2021-07-22T13:36:37-04:00

The Power of Positivity: Choosing to See the Bright Side

2021-07-22T13:34:13-04:00

The world is in a state, to say the least. It’s full of anxiety and fear. It feels chaotic and overwhelming. As soon as we seem to have a grip on things, things change again. For some, it feels…well…a little hopeless. But there’s a group of us holding strong in [...]

The Power of Positivity: Choosing to See the Bright Side2021-07-22T13:34:13-04:00

Should You Take Your Kids Out of School to Go to Therapy?

2021-07-22T14:00:40-04:00

While the concept of therapy and counseling is becoming more mainstream in recent years, there is still a negative stigma surrounding it. This is why as a parent, contemplating the idea that your child may need therapy can feel overwhelming. These decisions aren’t easy, especially when you need to make [...]

Should You Take Your Kids Out of School to Go to Therapy?2021-07-22T14:00:40-04:00

Senior Self-Care on a Fixed Income

2021-07-22T14:13:30-04:00

Today’s senior self-care blog is a collaboration piece written by Karen Weeks. How Seniors Can Stay Well and Spend Less? If you’re a senior living on a fixed income, you don’t have a lot of money to spare for luxuries. However, that doesn’t mean you should forgo self-care. Self-care is [...]

Senior Self-Care on a Fixed Income2021-07-22T14:13:30-04:00

You Can’t Move on Without Forgiveness

2021-08-19T17:05:31-04:00

Ah, the new year. A wonderful time to focus on new goals and reset priorities to reach them. Some people set similar goals year after year, only to find that they aren’t every really reaching them. If this sounds like you, forgiveness may be the key to unlocking your potential. [...]

You Can’t Move on Without Forgiveness2021-08-19T17:05:31-04:00

LGBTQ Inclusivity: Books on Gender and Sexuality

2021-07-22T01:50:27-04:00

LGBTQ Inclusivity: utilizing books to help navigate gender and sexuality. While visiting family for the holidays, I had attended a storytime event at a library with my own children.  I love seeing the children’s sections at different libraries. Each has a different way of creating a safe space for engaging [...]

LGBTQ Inclusivity: Books on Gender and Sexuality2021-07-22T01:50:27-04:00

5 Simple Ways to Promote Your Health as a Senior

2020-01-02T07:55:40-05:00

Today’s blog is a collaboration piece written by Karen Weeks. No one would be surprised to hear that seniors who live healthy lifestyles stand a greater chance of living a longer and happier life. People generally have a longer life expectancy these days. Here are 5 ways to promote your health as a senior in [...]

5 Simple Ways to Promote Your Health as a Senior2020-01-02T07:55:40-05:00
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