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Quote of The Day: onward!

One can choose to go back towards safety or forward towards growth. Growth must be chosen again and again; fear must be overcome again and again. -Abraham Maslow

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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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Freshman Survival Guide: 5 Tips for Your First Year of College

-Mayah Taylor, MA You are about to start your first year in college. You may be wondering: What is the best way to prepare, and what can I expect? Transitioning from high school to college is a big step for any young adult. There’s an increase in responsibility and independence that accompanies this major change. […]

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Kids Going to College: 5 Tips for Parents

-Mayah Taylor Parenthood has two big transitions, when our children arrive and when they leave. There will be other milestones. But for many, the moment on the horizon is kids going to college. Watching your child go from diapers to a grown person taking their first steps into adulthood can fill you with a multitude […]

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5-7-18 Quote of the day: You’re worthy.

If you see someone being interrupted in a conversation, acknowledge them, don’t let them be pushed to the side.  If you see someone lagging behind, walk beside them. If someone is being ignored, take the step to include them. Always remind people of their worth. It hurts when it feels like you’re being forgotten. That […]

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Feelings Are Not the Boss of Me

-Mayah Taylor, MA Have you ever been in a situation or maybe in a conversation where you overreacted? Have you ever reacted in the heat of the moment where you said something you later regretted? Ever responded to a text or email spilling your emotions in the present moment without thinking on the subject, and […]