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How to Marie Kondo Your Relationships

  You may have heard of Marie Kondo. She’s kind of a big deal. She has her own Netflix special, and she is an organizational phenom. Why am I talking about Marie Kondo, you ask? Well, she has some great tips on how to unclutter your life and a big part of our lives are […]

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Top 4 Ways to Manage Anxiety in College

Anxiety is an emotion that can be characterized as a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. An individual struggling with anxiety can frequently have intense, excessive and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations. They can have repeated episodes of sudden feelings of intense […]

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From Shame To Pride: Celebrating Freedom and Love

-Mayah Taylor, MA Gay Pride The feeling of shame is a common emotion experienced among members of the LGBTQ community. It’s the most common emotion struggled with next to guilt. Shame is feeling bad about who you are. The toxic emotion of shame prevents those who experience the emotion from feeling pride about who they […]

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10 Things Your LGBTQ Teen Wants You to Know

-Mayah Taylor The adolescent stage in our life cycle is often one of the most challenging stages. Adolescents are faced with the challenges of figuring out where they fit in, dealing with changes in their body and emotions, becoming more responsible for themselves and less reliant on their parents, and identifying who they are. Imagine […]

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November Resource Round Up

As the holidays descend, there is happiness and celebration but for many of us there are stressors, anxiety, temptations and anger. This month’s resources were designed to help you get through the holiday season with more joy and peace. Happy Holidays from Life Cycles Counseling! Eating Disorders How Women Can Overcome People-Pleasing and Perfectionism http://blogs.psychcentral.com/imperfect/2016/11/overcoming-people-pleasing-perfectionism/ […]

Life Cycles Counseling September Resource Roundup

September 2016 Resource Roundup

September was full of great resources from the benefits of yoga on stress to how technology and mental health are at a critical crossroads. If you  missed anything we’ve shared over the month, we’ve rounded it up here for you in one convenient spot! Anxiety Management Mayo Clinic agrees – yoga is good for your […]

Kick off the Fall Stress Free at Life Cycles Counseling

Stress-Busting Sessions

This fall we will be hosting our “Kick Off the Fall Stress Free” Open House on October 20th from 6-7:30pm. This event will feature several ways you can overcome stress in your daily life. These breakout sessions will include yoga, animal assisted therapy and art intervention. Here’s a little bit more information about what each […]

3 Ways to Beat Back to School Stress

3 Ways to Beat Back to School Stress

By: Bunny Young, MA, QMHP September brings children back to school, signifies the end of summer vacation, and a return to routine and the daily grind for many adults. This time of transition can be stressful for everyone involved. The week following Labor Day reminds people that the seasons are changing, the year is coming […]