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What Is the Success Rate of Marriage Counseling?

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Does marriage counseling actually work? This is one of the most common questions couples ask before seeking professional support. There are many advantages to couples therapy, whether you’re newly dating or you’ve been married for decades. Let’s look at the success rate of marriage counseling to help you decide if this is the right path … Read more

Dealing with Post-COVID Social Anxiety

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The COVID-19 pandemic came with many mental health side effects, including a huge spike in social anxiety. There are approximately 76.2 million more people with anxiety now compared to pre-pandemic statistics. We’re here to break down why there was such a sharp increase in social anxiety and how you can overcome these obstacles in your … Read more

What to Do When Your Child Feels Like a Failure

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Growing up involves a constant series of trial and error. Children test boundaries, learn new skills, meet new people, and go through a never-ending supply of firsts. This time of life is coupled with hormonal changes and tons of self-doubt, leading many children to feel like a failure. The tips below can help you navigate … Read more

How to Deal with Masking Exhaustion and Autism Burnout

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Most people with autism use some form of masking to get through the day. This process helps them interact with other people, but it can be incredibly exhausting at times. If you’re experiencing autism burnout or you cannot figure out why you’re so tired, this guide may give you a better understanding of what’s going … Read more

What Does Neurodivergent Mean?

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The term “neurodivergent” was coined back in 1998, but it didn’t become colloquialized until recent years. You may have heard people online refer to themselves as “neuro-spicy,” which means that their brains do not operate in the traditional manner. Being neurodivergent is nothing to be ashamed of. In fact, there are many ways to use … Read more

Schedule Your Stress Early in the Day (You Read That Right!)

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Stress is inevitable. We all feel it. We all try to ignore it. We all succumb to it eventually. Instead of letting your stress control your life, you can take control of its effects. This guide explains how to schedule your stress so that you can manage the chaos to come.  What We Mean by … Read more

Sleep Routine Tips for Hybrid Workers

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More than half (58%) of working adults in America have hybrid work options available to them. The widespread stay-at-home orders during the early days of the pandemic catapulted the need for remote workers. Many employers maintained those remote programs to reduce overhead and provide optimal flexibility for their employees. Sleep schedules can be tricky when … Read more

Work/Life Balance Tips for Workaholics

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Are you struggling to balance your work and personal life? Nearly half of working Americans (48%) consider themselves workaholics. Working from home further blurs the line between work and family, making it difficult to be productive in either setting. These work/life balance tips for workaholics can help you make the most of your time. Create … Read more

Helping Your Child Handle School Anxiety

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School is back in session and so is school anxiety. Many students are transitioning to in-person schooling still with a mix of virtual learning. They have limited social skills, and they’re scared of the unknown. Can you blame them? School anxiety from the COVID era was inevitable, but it doesn’t have to be unbearable. There … Read more