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Keep Calm and Carry On

When your living through a scary time, how can you stop those feelings from taking over? As a therapist, I have two sets of tools change strategies and acceptance strategies. They work even when you’re experiencing long-term uncertainty. Tools for … Continue reading

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Calling Anyway

When my friends ask me over FaceTime how I’m doing, I tell them that I spend a lot of time crying. It’s easier than admitting that I can’t seem to get out of bed before 2 p.m. Or wash the … Continue reading

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Mindfulness

Remember that in letting go of distraction the important word is gentle.We can gently let go, we can forgive ourselves for having wandered, and with great kindness to ourselves, we can begin again. –Sharon Salzberg  Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks … Continue reading

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Breathe

See if you can feel just one breath, from the beginning through the middle, to the end. If you’re with the breath at the nostrils, it may be tingling, vibration, warmth, coolness. If at the abdomen, it may be movement, … Continue reading

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10 Quick Tips to Lessen Your Anxiety

If you’ve ever had a panic attack or are struggling with anxiety, these tips will help you manage your symptoms and perhaps lessen your tension. 1. Breathe. Most people actually hold their breath when they get too anxious, which only … Continue reading

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