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Posts Tagged ‘Geneva’

Understanding and Managing Anger

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If you find yourself getting angry more often than you’d like, there are steps you can take to deal with this common emotion.

Bottom line: it’s okay to feel anger! We just need to make sure we aren’t harming others or ourselves because of it.… Read the rest →

Less is More: Why You Should Lower Your Expectations on Valentine’s Day

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By: Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor452631_97838694

It’s that time of year again. Flowers are flying off the shelves, chocolates are selling by the dozen, and reservations are being made weeks in advance: Valentine’s Day is almost here. But before you start fussing about the perfect outfit for the perfect day, take a step back to make sure your expectations are in check.… Read the rest →

Serving and Gratitude: Opening the Door for Joy in Our Own Lives

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FullSizeRender5By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

The holidays seem to be here before we realize it every year. We all want this season to be full of joy and peace, but instead many of us feel anxious and discontented.… Read the rest →

Why Does It Feel Like Something Is Missing?

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By Steven Howell, MA Licensed Professional Counselor

Isn’t it odd that, after gaining so much of what we wanted in life, we still wonder what’s missing? I mean, as people, don’t we just expect to be happy and content when it seems we’ve been able to get everything in place?… Read the rest →

How To Unplug the Kids This Summer

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Gadgets need to be plugged in to recharge. Conversely, nothing drains kids’ batteries like keeping them plugged in throughout the day. The American Academy of Pediatrics found that today’s kids spend seven hours a day on various devices. Their recommendation is no more than two hours a day.… Read the rest →