What’s In Your Emotional Toolbox? Emotional Coping Skills

What do you do when you are Anxious? Stressed? Overwhelmed? There are lots of ways to cope with uncomfortable or distressing feelings. Some ways are more productive and healthy than others. On good days, you may take a walk or talk it out with a close friend or loved one.  But on bad days, you…

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Can’t Sleep? How To Get Those Zzz’s

I love to sleep. My family makes fun of me because I am the earliest to bed each night. But the joke’s on them because I am always the most well-rested! One out of three Americans report that they don’t get enough sleep each night. The National Sleep Foundation recommends an average of 8 hours of Zzz’s per…

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Friday 5: Health and Wellness

Here are my go to spots this week for finding solid information about your mental and physical health! Being an “adventurous eater” comes with some great benefits! (lifehacker) Many “dieters” actually suffer from binge eating disorder (BED). One out of every 35 adults suffer from BED. Research shows that they can manage their condition, and…

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Need Help with The Homework Battle? Enter The Homework Coach

The Homework Struggle Is Real.  How A Homework Coach Can Help. Does your child struggle to organize and complete schoolwork? Do they “lose” papers between home and class? Does the workload feel overwhelming? Are you up late at night finishing projects that should have been started days, or even weeks ago? These stories are common…

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How To Gain More Than Weight Loss Through Real Food

Find Deeper Reasons For Healthier Eating Long term studies measuring weight loss don’t bode well for chronic dieters. One reason is that dieting often does not lead to new, healthier food adherence or behavioral change. Listen to Jamie Dana, MC, LPC, be interviewed by Darya Rose, Ph.D., author of Foodist and summertomato.com. Jamie talks about…

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