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Text Based Therapy

Text based therapy is an alternative to real time in person or video sessions. It's also called asynchronous therapy. A UC Davis study shows that text based therapy can be just as effective as real time therapy for non-urgent mental health needs. Who Benefits From Text Based Therapy? People who like time to process their… Continue reading Text Based Therapy

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Fear of Abandonment

The Abandonment Cycle Looks Like: You meet someone new and tell yourself not to get attached. So you avoid getting close and opening up. You end up getting so close you're deeply attached and invested. Then you get scared they'll see through you, realize you're not worth their time, and leave you. So you push… Continue reading Fear of Abandonment

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Pandemic Trauma

Pandemic Trauma Is Collective Trauma In the beginning of the pandemic, we all experienced a collective event that hit many people as a trauma. And as a predictable result, many of us got brain fog, lost confidence, experienced physical changes in our bodies, and difficulty keeping up with the rapid changes in policies within our… Continue reading Pandemic Trauma

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I Gave Up Anxiety For Lent

The Purpose of Lent Lent is usually a season of giving up oppressive habits and taking on new patterns of living. We often think of Lent in terms of giving up chocolates or coffee for forty days, but when we think of Lent in the broader sense of observing and breaking the chains that lead… Continue reading I Gave Up Anxiety For Lent

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The Benefits of Failure

Nobody likes to fail, especially in front of others. But failure carries with it two implications- first that you were willing to try something, and second that you have a chance to learn. These are the benefits of failure. Failure Challenges Your Competence For some of us who have at least one area in life… Continue reading The Benefits of Failure