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January 17, 2023

Slowing down when things are speeding up around you can incite internal conflict. You may have the drive to start everything over in the new year. There are opportunities and pressures to begin new diets, workout routines, sleep patterns, work dynamics, and relationships. Sometimes, the urgency of change can cause stress and increase negative thinking. […]

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January 10, 2023

Article written by: Denver Therapist, Shelby Aronoff It is impossible to control who teenagers choose to hang out with and spend their time engaging with. Parents of course, hope and expect that the people who their children consider to be friends are promoting a safe and caring environment, yet this is not always the case. […]

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January 2, 2023

Article written by Denver therapist: Jessica Wright, MS, LPC, LPCC Life transitions can be tough. They can often lead to feeling frightened, anxious, or overwhelmed. But not all life transitions have to be stressful events that bring up intense emotions. Sometimes change can be motivating towards growth and can even be exciting. Some anxiety or […]

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December 27, 2022

Controlling habits like perfectionism can increase when there are times of stress. When things around you feel out of control, you may try to control the habits within you perfectly. Unfortunately, no one is perfect, and when you perceive someone as perfect, it is a falsehood. Perfectionism is closely related to a fixed mindset and […]

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December 20, 2022

Like most things, self-care may need to be done in moderation for the best results. It can be addicting to improve, grow, and change to see results that match your ideal standards with your mental health. Often, when you improve yourself, you may get a reward. Sometimes, you may want to treat yourself as a […]

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January 17, 2023

Slowing down when things are speeding up around you can incite internal conflict. You may have the drive to start everything over in the new year. There are opportunities and pressures to begin new diets, workout routines, sleep patterns, work dynamics, and relationships. Sometimes, the urgency of change can cause stress and increase negative thinking. […]

read more

January 10, 2023

Article written by: Denver Therapist, Shelby Aronoff It is impossible to control who teenagers choose to hang out with and spend their time engaging with. Parents of course, hope and expect that the people who their children consider to be friends are promoting a safe and caring environment, yet this is not always the case. […]

read more

January 2, 2023

Article written by Denver therapist: Jessica Wright, MS, LPC, LPCC Life transitions can be tough. They can often lead to feeling frightened, anxious, or overwhelmed. But not all life transitions have to be stressful events that bring up intense emotions. Sometimes change can be motivating towards growth and can even be exciting. Some anxiety or […]

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December 27, 2022

Controlling habits like perfectionism can increase when there are times of stress. When things around you feel out of control, you may try to control the habits within you perfectly. Unfortunately, no one is perfect, and when you perceive someone as perfect, it is a falsehood. Perfectionism is closely related to a fixed mindset and […]

read more

December 20, 2022

Like most things, self-care may need to be done in moderation for the best results. It can be addicting to improve, grow, and change to see results that match your ideal standards with your mental health. Often, when you improve yourself, you may get a reward. Sometimes, you may want to treat yourself as a […]

read more

  • ADHD

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January 17, 2023

Slowing down when things are speeding up around you can incite internal conflict. You may have the drive to start everything over in the new year. There are opportunities and pressures to begin new diets, workout routines, sleep patterns, work dynamics, and relationships. Sometimes, the urgency of change can cause stress and increase negative thinking. […]

read more

January 10, 2023

Article written by: Denver Therapist, Shelby Aronoff It is impossible to control who teenagers choose to hang out with and spend their time engaging with. Parents of course, hope and expect that the people who their children consider to be friends are promoting a safe and caring environment, yet this is not always the case. […]

read more

January 2, 2023

Article written by Denver therapist: Jessica Wright, MS, LPC, LPCC Life transitions can be tough. They can often lead to feeling frightened, anxious, or overwhelmed. But not all life transitions have to be stressful events that bring up intense emotions. Sometimes change can be motivating towards growth and can even be exciting. Some anxiety or […]

read more

December 27, 2022

Controlling habits like perfectionism can increase when there are times of stress. When things around you feel out of control, you may try to control the habits within you perfectly. Unfortunately, no one is perfect, and when you perceive someone as perfect, it is a falsehood. Perfectionism is closely related to a fixed mindset and […]

read more

December 20, 2022

Like most things, self-care may need to be done in moderation for the best results. It can be addicting to improve, grow, and change to see results that match your ideal standards with your mental health. Often, when you improve yourself, you may get a reward. Sometimes, you may want to treat yourself as a […]

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