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WE GRIEVE: 8 Ways to Manage Grief

WE GRIEVE: 8 Ways to Manage Grief

There would be no life without transitions and endings. All we have to do is observe the four seasons to see this necessity. The more we understand the temporary nature of everything, we are ideally able to value our days, value others, and value our experiences.

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What I Learned about Therapy and Endings from My First Client

What I Learned about Therapy and Endings from My First Client

Someone can feel the love and care the therapist has for them in such a way that helps them feel more real and capable of returning feelings of love. While the therapist and client relationship is unique in the way that it is one-sided with the client being the focus, it is also unique in the depth of heart that can develop.

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Understanding & Combating Postpartum Depression

Understanding & Combating Postpartum Depression

Approximately 15% of women experience significant depression following childbirth. Ten percent of women experience depression in pregnancy. Sometimes, women do express having symptoms of anxiety during and after pregnancy. This is common and important for women to seek treatment if they notice these symptoms.

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Becoming a New Mom: Why do I Feel Inadequate and Empty?

Becoming a New Mom: Why do I Feel Inadequate and Empty?

Becoming pregnant and growing a new life is typically a magical experience. After the child is born, there may be negative emotions that new mothers feel and have a hard time accepting and explaining. You are not alone, as this is something many new moms struggle with.

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10 Attitude Changes to Move from X Perfectionism to ✔ Excellence

10 Attitude Changes to Move from X Perfectionism to ✔ Excellence

If you are a perfectionist, you probably find it difficult to relinquish some of the attitudes that you feel are necessary and beneficial to your success. This article describes the comparison between excellence and perfectionism and clarifies the difference between striving for the best and being a perfectionist.

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