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SEASONS OF CHANGE

It’s the end of August,  heading toward Labor Day, the end of summer and September, which for many means back to school.  For Emerging Adults, it might mean starting Senior Year in High School, nearing the end of the first chapter of your education.  You’ll have a busy year planning for finishing requirements, and moving

HAPPY INTERDEPENDENCE DAY!

Soon we will be coming on another 4th of July- or Independence Day in the United States. I want to wish everyone a happy celebration with family and friends and thank those who fought for our countries freedom. However, today, on July 3rd, I want to talk about a topic that in my life and

ONLINE THERAPY FOR BUSY EMERGING ADULTS

Online Therapy, (also called Virtual Therapy) is a relatively new option for busy emerging adults.  With school, work, establishing an adult relationship with your parents, financial issues, and more, it can be hard to balance everything and fit in time for you!  However, with all this going on, it is no wonder more and more

NORMAL STRESS VS. ANXIETY DISORDER-HOW DO YOU KNOW?

You know the feeling, butterflies in your stomach, racing heartbeat, sleep problems, no appetite… the list goes on.  You wonder is this normal stress everyone feels or is it something more.  Your friend Alex has this, but he sees a therapist and says he has Anxiety. But what’s the difference, could you have an Anxiety

Emerging Adults

DISABILITY AND MENTAL HEALTH

Whether you were recently diagnosed with a disability or have been living with it for many years, or a lifetime there is a high incidence of mental health challenges or mental illness in the disabled population. This purpose of this post is not to add another thing to the list of things that are wrong

STRESS AND ANXIETY IN EMERGING ADULTS

Got Stress?  You’re not alone!  The life of an emerging young adult is full of changes, choices, and challenges. Your at the start of your life as an adult– something that you’ve been looking forward to. Then came all the changes.  Moving from high school where you were more or less comfortable, at least you

10 WAYS TO DEAL WITH DEPRESSION IN YOUR 20’S

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