Successful Aging Part 1: Having “the talk”

Successful Aging Part 1: Having “the talk” A 2016 Care.com survey found that 54% of adult children would rather talk to their teenage children about sex and drugs rather than have difficult conversations with their elderly parents; conversely, a Fidelity Investments survey found 66% of elderly parents are reluctant to have long-term conversations in any […]

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Anxiety is Normal

Anxiety is Normal

Anxiety is Normal All of us experience varying degrees of anxiety at times, sometimes to unmanageable degrees. Work, kids, friendships, finances, and our spouses are just some examples of what bring on anxiety. Anxiety can make us uncomfortable, apprehensive, and give a sense of being fearful and agitated. Any or all of these may be […]

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Holiday Stress

Holiday Stress Holiday stress is very real for most individuals and families. CenterLife Counseling owner, Kim Lundholm-Eades, recommends preparing prevention strategies. “I have seen many clients over my years as a therapist whose experience of holidays is not relaxing; it’s a high-stress time. Preventing holiday stress is much easier than dealing with a major stress […]

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