A Therapist’s Advice on Avoiding the “3 Relationship Killers”

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No one needs another statistic on failing relationships, but in order to make them work, they require maintenance and care. “Relationships are one of the most complex things on the planet,” Kiaundra Jackson, a licensed marriage and family therapist, explains to me. “Each relationship has a unique set of problems.”

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Millennial Burnout Is Real: Here’s How To Cope

We’re mid-holiday-season, which means this, for a lot of us, is a much needed time of rest before we’re thrown into 2018. Even though the holidays have their own set of stressors and triggers, taking that time to disengage from the craziness of your life is key to avoiding burnout.

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This Simple Shift In Mindset Can Improve Period Symptoms

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Do not let anyone tell you that your body, your innate feminine power is a problem. If your menstrual cycle is intense, I urge you to look at what is right about it, how it serves you, makes you who you are and connects you with women who have come before you and will after you.

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The App Bringing Therapy to Your Fingertips & Why It’s So Necessary

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Annual doctor visits are encouraged as a preventative measure against illness. We go to the doctors to make sure everything is fine. On the off-chance that something is wrong, we address it. We fix what’s broken. Thoroughly. Choosing a procedure that matches the scale of the break. We don’t put a band-aid on a fractured arm. We reset the bones. We put it in a cast and let it heal. We’re patient. Why aren’t we that way with our minds?

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4 Tips For Dealing With Grief

There is no way to predict how grief will manifest itself. Each experience is unique and will require something different of you. Feel what you feel when you feel it, but then give yourself permission to heal.

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