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7 Tips to Effectively Say “I’m Sorry”   By Autumn Collier, LCSW   Have you ever witnessed two small children accidently hurt each other, apologize, and move forward? It’s the most remarkable, yet uneventful moment to watch. Remarkable because the child can easily recognize when they have hurt someone and instantly try to repair, uneventful, because the situation is immediately resolved after the apology and the children instantly move...

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Yoga for Anxiety

  By Juanita Davis, LCSW, RYT 200   We all feel anxious from time to time, but for some anxiety gets so bad that it interferes with day-to-day activities. It becomes fear that something awful might happen, restlessness that makes relaxing or even sleep virtually impossible, apprehension that paralyzes and prevents you from pursuing new opportunities, and thoughts that fire at such rapid speeds that it’s hard to...

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5 Ways to Cope with Social Anxiety   By Autumn Collier, LCSW   Have you ever had the feeling that everyone was looking at you in a crowded mall or grocery store? This feeling is enough to make you sweat, avoid eye contact with others, or just skip going shopping all together. As you walk through the store or a crowded environment with people you don’t know, you begin...

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By Autumn Collier, LCSW   Social media self-esteem” is a condition I’m coining and it appears to be at an all-time high, especially in millennials. Millennials have endured and thrived under modern technology. Social media has advanced us in many ways and connected people across continents. Everything is accessible. Everything is now, right now. While we have enjoyed the fruits of social media, we are socially and...

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By Autumn Collier, LCSW   Nothing’s better than a great group of girlfriends. I mean ride or die girlfriends. After watching the recently released movie Girl’s Trip with my "Flossy Posse", I was inspired to write this blog. Being around a positive group of females is good for our well-being. They teach us how to love and nurture one another and ourselves. A great group of girlfriends...

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By Autumn Collier, LCSW   We’ve all been there, butterflies in the stomach, palms begin to sweat, and just feeling on edge. This may happen right before giving a big speech, before stepping up to the plate in the bottom of the 9th, or while leisurely walking around the mall. Throughout my years, I’ve heard many older adults say "oh no, I don’t drive on the expressway,...

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By Autumn Collier, LCSW   Life moves super-fast and it’s easy to just go through the motions as you try to keep up. Technology and social media have given us shortcuts to managing life and engaging with people. While convenient and sometimes necessary, are we really getting more done or spending meaningful time with those we love. Our energy is spread amongst multiple things so that no...

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By Autumn Collier, LCSW   There’s no handbook on being a mother and you’ve heard the phrase mothers "wear their heart on their sleeves". Motherhood is a vulnerable time for women. They are filled with so much love for their child and fighting the reality that they cannot control everything their child sees, hears, or touches. Before motherhood, a walk in the park was relaxing and fun...

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By Autumn Collier, LCSW   At some point in our lives we have all felt sad or depressed. This may be in response to normal life stressors such as loss of a loved one, divorce, or financial difficulties. For many, the feeling of sadness is proportionate to the event and dissipates without disruption of normal daily living. Others however, experience depressed mood and depressive symptoms, lasting many...

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5 Ways to Defeat the Monday Work Blues   By Autumn Collier, LCSW   It’s 5pm on a Friday and life is good. You’re ready to get the weekend started and take a much needed break from work. Over the weekend you hang out with friends, have dinner with family, and just kick back. Then Sunday around 4pm it starts to hit you. You begin to think about all...

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