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Managing Stress and Anxiety During College Finals 

Managing Stress and Anxiety During College Finals

The time for finals is very stressful for most college students as there is so much depending on their results. This can lead to a great deal of stress and anxiety, which can end up negatively impacting your ability to take your finals. That is why it is crucial to learn how to manage your…

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How to Use T.I.P.P. Coping Skills For Regulating Emotions and Combating Anxiety/Panic Attacks 

How to Use T.I.P.P. Coping Skills

Anxiety is something that a substantial portion of individuals struggle with, and it can range from mild to severe. The good news is that there is a lot of research that helps to showcase different coping skills and behaviors that can help manage anxiety and panic attacks.  One example of this is T.I.P.P. coping skills,…

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Overcoming FOMO Anxiety

FOMO at Its Core In today’s ultra-connected world, the fear of missing out (FOMO) has become an increasingly prevalent source of anxiety. FOMO anxiety arises from the constant need to stay connected, be present in multiple spaces simultaneously, and fear that missing out on experiences will lead to social exclusion. This phenomenon can negatively impact…

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Taking the First Step: Advice on Asking for Help 

  Acknowledge That Help is Needed  Acknowledging that there is something in need of healing is the first step toward asking for help. Self-awareness is an essential component of the healing process when navigating mental health. Make sure that you take time out of your day to reflect on emotions that you have been feeling…

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

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  What is Anxiety?   Has your worrying grown out of control? How do you know if it is normal or has developed into generalized anxiety disorder? Anxiety, to some extent, is normal and occurs for almost everyone in the general population. However, it becomes more serious when it becomes more difficult to control. When…

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Healthy Habits to Try If You’re Struggling with Seasonal Depression 

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  Seasonal Depression, or Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), is very different than just having the “winter time blues.”  It is normal to experience feeling a little more down during the colder months.  Seasonal Depression can be very debilitating and is a diagnosable Major Depressive Disorder with seasonal patterns.  It is usually triggered by the change…

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Signs That You and Your Partner Need Couples Counseling 

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Couples counseling is a unique sphere that exists within the world of psychotherapy in order to help relationships, partnerships, marriages, co-parenting, and other pairings. As with most of the world of counseling- couples therapy creates a unique environment and holds many of the same stigmas other types of therapy hold. More often than not, people…

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The Secret to Fulfillment & Happiness  

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    As human beings, we crave a life of satisfaction, and for some, that’s enough. But what if you could reach a point in life where you feel fulfillment in every aspect and overwhelming happiness? A mindset where you don’t resort to negative thought patterns in times of stress. Creating a happy life for…

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How to Support Your Partner While They are Struggling with Mental Health 

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    Mental health is a topic that affects a lot of people. Couples in a relationship are not sure of what to do when their partner is struggling with mental health and or showing mental health symptoms, particularly depression and anxiety. Partners in a relationship could have a negative or positive impact on each…

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Why Mental Health is so Important Today  

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  The pandemic changed everything. From the way we work, live, communicate, and handle mental health. According to a scientific brief from the World Health Organization (WHO), the COVID-19 pandemic triggered a 25% increase in the prevalence of anxiety and depression worldwide. This is due to a number of stress factors, including social isolation and…

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