ADHD or Anxiety? Parents, Why It’s Vital to Get an Accurate Diagnosis

Most people think they know the primary symptoms of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and anxiety — but the two conditions are very different. When it comes to the signs, strangely enough, they can sometimes look the same. As a parent, though,...

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Co-Parenting Through Challenges When You’re No Longer a Couple

Co-parenting after a breakup isn’t always comfortable. That’s especially true if your relationship didn’t end on amicable terms. If you have a child together with your ex-spouse or partner, it’s essential to work together and practice co-parenting through challenges. Those...

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Parenting an Anxious Child: How Parents Can Teach Coping Skills

When it comes to parenting an anxious child, much of the focus is often on what changes parents can make. While it’s normal to want to do whatever you can to make the right choices for your child, that strategy...

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When Uncertain Times Cause Financial Worries—How to Deal with Anxious Feelings

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a variety of different issues, from those on a global scale to problems that can feel very personal. It’s safe to say that almost everyone has been impacted in some way. For many, that includes...

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How to Navigate Family Conflict During the COVID-19: Can Therapy Still Help?

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted families all over the world in so many ways. Maybe you haven’t been able to see certain members of your family for weeks. Or perhaps you’ve been quarantined together for so long that tensions are...

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Being the Best You Amid COVID-19: 5 Tips for Keeping Your Relationship Connection Alive

There’s no doubt that the novel coronavirus has changed almost everyone’s lives in some way. At one point, 95% of people in the U.S. were under some kind of lockdown due to COVID-19. Many states are still under “stay-at-home” orders, or...

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Helping Your Child When They Procrastinate: 5 Practical Steps

We’re all guilty of procrastinating sometimes. But most of us understand that it’s better to be productive and tackle projects and tasks as soon as possible. Unfortunately, procrastination can be a big problem for children. Some kids are more prone...

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Losing a Loved One Unexpectedly – 5 Tips from a Therapist

Loss is never easy. But losing a loved one unexpectedly can be one of the most overwhelming experiences in a person’s life. When someone you truly care about passes away suddenly, you might feel at a loss for what...

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Comparing Individual Therapy and Group Therapy: What Is the Difference?

There are many different mental health approaches you can take when it comes to treating anxiety or depression. Individual therapy and group therapy are two popular options. Both offer different things, and some people benefit more from one setting...

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Combatting Anxiety: 3 Ways to Use Mindfulness When Starting the New Year

Mindfulness has become a bit of a buzzword in recent years, but it’s more than just a new trend. The practice of mindfulness, when done correctly, can help with a variety of different issues, including combatting anxiety. As you’re starting...

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