Anxiety

Creating a Manageable Work-Life Balance for Parents in Challenging Times

Melanie Brosnan, LCPC Work-Life Balance Imagine this scene: You awake from your already disrupted sleep by your crying infant to begin what seems like the umpteenth day of the work-childcare balancing act. You stumble out of bed to console your child, then wander into the kitchen to have a “healthy” breakfast of a granola bar […]

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The Pandemic: How to Manage Feelings of Loss and Grief

By Leanna Alonso, LSW Coping with Anxieties.​ Every individual on this planet has experienced the feeling of losing something or someone and having to grieve that loss – especially during the pandemic. It would be difficult to believe anyone who says he or she has had no feelings of anger, loneliness, isolation, anxiety, or sadness […]

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When it Comes to Calming Anxiety, Practice Makes Perfect

5 Ways to Calm Yourself When you are Feeling Anxious. Have you ever practiced calming your anxious thoughts and feelings? If not, it might be time to come up with a routine to lessen your anxiety. It isn’t uncommon, especially during the current COVID pandemic, for the uncertainty around so many aspects of life to […]

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The Difference Between Worry and Anxiety: Knowing When It’s Time to Seek Help.

Have you ever thought to yourself, “The most productive way to resolve [insert problem here] is to dwell on it.”?  Most likely, the answer is NO. Nevertheless, when you are dealing with a difficult co-worker, problems in your relationship, passing an exam, fitting in at a new school, etc., you may find yourself analyzing the situation […]

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