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10 Proactive Strategies for Managing Covid-19 Anxiety

It may be a new year, but the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t magically gone away. While the loss caused by this pandemic has been severe, there is another side to it that isn’t getting as much attention: the mental health effects. Whether you’ve lost your job, you’re struggling with isolation, you haven’t been

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3 Ways to Know If You Are Depressed or Fatigued From Covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has lasted the better part of a year, and it doesn’t show signs of “going away” any time soon. While there are now two vaccines on the market and a light at the end of the tunnel, the pandemic won’t go away overnight. The mental health effects of this pandemic could be

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5 Tips to Cope with Daily Covid-Related Anxiety

To say that COVID-19 has changed everyone’s lives in some way would be an understatement. Some people have lost jobs. Others have lost loved ones. You might be working remotely for the first time or trying to help your child with e-learning while feeling lost and overwhelmed. On top of that, we still aren’t out

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Feeling Disconnected? Here are 3 Ways to Reconnect

Thanks to Hollywood, many couples have been led to believe the secret to reconnecting and rekindling the passion is through a Caribbean cruise, sports cars, or jewelry. But the reality is, once there’s a disconnect between partners, gifts and vacations simply won’t cut it. It may seem counterintuitive, but love is mended not through grandiose

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How to Reduce Fighting Over Money & Budgets

If you and your partner argue about money, you’re not alone. According to a recent survey, 27% of Americans said that disagreements about finances tend to erupt into full-blown arguments. This means couples fight more about money than they do about work, chores, or the kids. (http://money.usnews.com/money/blogs/alpha-consumer/2010/10/18/the-biggest-money-mistakes-couples-make). Perhaps even more disturbing is that arguments about

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5 Warning Signs It’s Time to Try Couples Counseling

When you first fell in love, you could never imagine that someday the sound of your partner chewing could make you want to scream. It’s inevitable that once we are out of our honeymoon phase and reality sets in, we realize that all relationships take work and compromise. But while some couples may hit bumps

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