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Communication During Recovery

By Naami Resnick, MS, LGPC, NCC 
For families navigating addiction, it is much harder to access feelings of calm and understanding with those outside the situation. Communicating the open and honest truth is daunting, tainted by the fear of judgement. 

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I’m Done Apologizing

By Jodi Teitelman
I’m tired of saying sorry like it’s my job. It truly feels like this never-ending cycle. Wake up. Apologize. Eat. Apologize. Send an email. Apologize. Breathe. Apologize. All day. Every day.  

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Want To Manifest? Find Your Expanders

By Elizabeth Piper
I remember driving to a soccer game with my Dad, and him guiding me through a visualization exercise which asked me to imagine myself kicking a soccer ball into a net, scoring a goal for my team. “If you see it, Elizabeth, you can achieve it,” he lovingly explained to my 6-year-old self.

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Love Yo Self, No Matter What

By Brittni Barcase
Every day I choose to love myself first and foremost. JCS Health educator, Brittni Barcase, talks about practicing self-love and finding that balance in life.

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If Mom is Good, Baby is Good

By Brittni Barcase
Maternal mental health is extremely important and, unfortunately, not talked about in the “soon-to-be-moms-club” often enough. As a newly pregnant woman I had NO idea what I was up against.

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