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Take a Pause

May 16, 2018

Lately it feels as if this country is in a state of constant turmoil. The breaking news jumps from one crisis to the next. Everyday issues become political and polarizing like never before, and with no end in sight.

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The Stigma About Mental Health Care

Sep 28, 2017

With our health and our bodies, we understand that quality healthcare can be costly and time consuming, but it is worth the effort. Without proper care of mental illness, simple tasks and activities become increasingly difficult, creating barriers in our lives that keep us from happiness and wellbeing.

Surprisingly, many people are more reluctant to seek mental healthcare when they have a mental issue that negatively affects the quality of...
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Building A Successful Environment For Our Children To Learn

Sep 21, 2016

Have you ever wondered how you can best set your child up for success in school?  If you’re a parent, you’ve probably thought about it constantly since before your child was in school.

You may recall, in recent months, we published articles about learning disabilities and ADD/ADHD.  While we can test for those and get you results in a timely manner, most of those things are out of your control.

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How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Sep 03, 2014

Sleep is one of the most important factors for our well-being, just like the food that we eat, the effort we put into it determines the result that we get out of it.  Following up on our previous post, if you’re not getting a good night’s sleep, there several things that you can do on your own to be pro-active in achieving your own goals for health and...
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Act…don’t react.

Apr 17, 2014

Living with mental illness such as Post Traumatic Stress, depression, anxiety can affect nearly all aspects of routine, maintaining relationships, and moving forward to fulfill your goals, dreams, and ambitions. For those returning from active service, it can be difficult to move onto enjoying civilian life for a multitude of reasons. According to NAMI, between 2002 and 2010, nearly 28% of returning service members from OEF/ OIF were diagnosed with...
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