Posts Tagged ‘anxiety’

Mom’s Blog Contribution: Are You An Over-Apologizer?

The other day I met a friend for lunch.  She was running about 15 minutes behind schedule.  When she arrived, she immediately apologized for her tardiness (due to traffic, and still within what most would consider acceptable limits).  “No big deal,” I responded. Through the course of the meal, I noticed, that she also issued…

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“Catastrophizing” life in the midst of COVID-19

Elevate Counseling Teletherapy

Feeling like it’s the end of the world… It had been one week since I’d been to the grocery store. I had just moved across the country from Arizona to Connecticut and needed some supplies. It’s very difficult with a cross-country move to haul what you need on a daily basis. You need every inch…

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Friday 5: COVID-19 TIPS

Elevate Counseling: Corona Virus Resources

Life disruptions and the uncertainty related to the COVID-19 (Corona Virus) outbreak have many people understandably anxious. If you or members of your family are feeling stressed, check out these resources gathered by Elevate Counseling’s clinicians! Looking for a way to talk with your child about COVID-19? Education reporter, Cory Turner, asked experts what kids…

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Mom’s Blog Contribution: Is Your Child Begging For A Cellphone?

Should My Child Get A Cell Phone

If your child doesn’t have a cellphone yet, he or she is sure to be starting a campaign for one in the upcoming years! How do you know when they are ready? Or maybe a better question would be, “How do you know when you are ready?” I’ve posed a few questions to consider on…

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Flipping The Script On Resolutions

New Year Resolutions

January tends to be a time for reflection and resolutions. While building our weaknesses is a noble endeavor, why not consider your best friend from high school’s advice in your yearbook to “stay the same,” at least in a couple of areas? 5 Resolutions To Keep Doing In 2020 1) Own Your Strengths We teach…

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