goals, Relationships, self-esteem

This Is Who I Am: Remaining True to Yourself

new_years_resolutions_listIt’s resolution time! While some may be making commitments to lose weight or eat a more balanced meal, Natasha suggests working towards being more of your authentic self. While this is certainly a struggle for all people, it is not unattainable. Natasha explores how we can remain our authentic selves in a world where we are judged daily on our appearance and how we express ourselves.

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Depression, Family, Sadness, Wellness

The Holiday Season and Depression

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Do you feel down during the holidays? You’re not alone. This is actually incredibly common during the winter months. Coupled with added stress, this can make the holidays, for some, something to dread. Tunde outlines some possible treatment options for the “holiday blues.” You might be surprised how easy these are to implement.

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Anger, Children, Communication Skills, Family, Play Therapy, written by Erlese Caruth

Our very own Erlese Caruth, LPC, NCC has been published in Atlanta Best Self Magazine!

BSMOur very own Erlese Caruth, LPC, NCC had an interview and article published about her in Atlanta Best Self Magazine! She discusses parenting advice and relationships with children.
What an accomplishment!!! Join us in congratulating her!

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goals, Relationships, Sadness, self-esteem, Wellness, Women, written by Kim Openo

Perfection or Happiness? You’d be surprised at which one women are choosing…

download (1)Today, women are so ridden with responsibilities, worries, self-esteem, and getting everything done– all while trying to take care of themselves. Kim discusses the reasons behind why women are unhappier now than they were 40 years ago. She also dives into ways that you can combat perfectionism and lead a healthy life.
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Anger, Depression, Forgiveness, Relationships, self-esteem, Wellness, written by Kim Openo

The Power of Forgiveness

Everyone has been faced with some sort of painful situation that has resulted in anger, sadness, rage, and guilt. Kim discusses some powerful reasons as to why you should forgive the person that has wronged you. Here’s a hint: The forgiveness is for YOU– not the other person!
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Mental Illness Stigma, Relationships, Sadness, written by Kim Openo

Dangers of Denial – The Reality of Mental Illness Stigma and How We Can Help Change This

We have seen how mental illness has been portrayed by the media: that anyone with a mental illness is dangerous. Certainly, denial-edit21if you or someone you know has a mental illness, you know that this is simply not true. Kim discusses how mental illness is no different than an illness like Diabetes and that denial could be life-threatening. Here, she lists different ways we can go about ending the mental illness stigma.
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