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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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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Anger, Relationships, self-esteem, written by Kim Openo

Is Being Vulnerable a Weakness?

stock-footage-african-man-and-woman-expressing-emotionsWhy does vulnerability and showing emotion make us feel so weak? It’s so difficult to allow our emotions to show out of fear that we will become mocked or laughed at. Kim provides several reasons and scenarios that not only prove that showing emotion is a strength, but also how this makes a person more stable and better off than someone who doesn’t show emotion!
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