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Author name: Mary Joan Brinson

Anxiety: How Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT) Can Help

Anxiety is common for people of all ages and backgrounds. It can show up in your life as generalized anxiety, panic, social anxiety, and phobias. Anxiety can cause significant distress and impairment in daily functioning, affecting relationships, work, and overall well-being. Fortunately, there are evidence-based treatments available that can effectively address the root causes of anxiety

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How to Practice Radical Acceptance and Improve Your Well-being

You know what they say, sometimes you can’t solve certain problems? Don’t worry, you still have options.  In fact, you have exactly four options. You can: Solve the problem anyway, Change your perception of it, Radically accept the situation, or Choose to stay miserable. When you feel pushed into a corner, it can be difficult

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How to Avoid the Social Media Comparison Game

Do you ever wrestle with social media comparison? Undoubtedly, the temptation to compare our lives with others has existed since the dawn of history. However, we’ve experienced one significant shift in recent years that’s drastically changed how we compare ourselves—social media. Social media can be like a comparison game on steroids. Do you ever find yourself

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Avoiding Conflict: Learning the Art of Peacemaking in an Agitated World

Is avoiding conflict tough for you lately? There’s no denying that our world can be one of disagreements and conflict. That’s often the natural flow of traffic around us. It can be far easier to put up the emotional walls and engage in disagreement than to practice peacemaking. In fact, smoothing things over is kind

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