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5 Ways for Military Families to Deal with Separation Anxiety

5 Ways for Military Families to Handle Separation Anxiety

By: Bunny Young, MA, QMHP M&M’s of Courage A jar full of M and M’s sits on the counter with exactly 83 pieces of candy left in it. I walk past it each and every morning and know that as soon as my daughter gets up, even before she has breakfast, she is going to […]

How to Have Anger the Right Way

  Brain Control “I’m actually pretty aware when I’m getting angry-when my face starts getting hot and I can’t catch my breath. The problem is I can’t seem to stop it.” Sound familiar? For many of us, anger soars out of control because we don’t notice the physiological signs of arousal before it’s too late. […]

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How Therapy Can Destroy Your Relationship

By: Bunny Young, MA, QMHP Therapy can have some serious consequences on your relationships when you fully lean in to the therapeutic process. What can therapy do for my relationships, you ask? When you invest in working with a therapy team, like the one here at Life Cycles Counseling, you can discover and cultivate who […]

Meet Our New Therapist!

Meet Our Newest Therapist in Training

By, Bunny Young, MA, QMHP If you have visited the office in the past 3 weeks you may have noticed some bright and brand new changes. We have added some incredible interior design strategies to make our reception area even more inviting and we invested in some more Himalayan salt lamps for the energy and […]

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Are you coping with grief during the holidays?

Family and togetherness are hallmarks of the holidays. But what is a happy time for many can be especially painful for anyone who is grieving the loss of a loved one. Singing carols, shared meals, and shopping for gifts can be more subdued at this time. Is your grief fresh? If your grief is fresh, […]

How to Manage the Holiday of Expectations

By Bunny Young, MA, QMHP ‘Tis the season for giving, right? In this time of giving how can we manage our expectations, lower our stress level, and set some healthy limits on how much we are willing to give of anything including ourselves. Expectations generally start with the word, “should.” For instance, “I should make […]