February 12, 2022

You look at the clock and then look back down to your screen. The cursor blinks at you as if it’s begging you to start typing. Your shoulders begin to tense up knowing that your deadline is coming up and you are far from completing it. With the sound of the clock ticking, ideas start

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March 25, 2022

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March 11, 2022

Anxiety can be a nuisance. The high tension, the consistent worry and the stress that comes with it. However, there are many self-help tools and strategies you can use to help tame those anxious thoughts. Many strategies lean on the rule of 3, which many psychologist have discovered is the magic number for people. Even

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March 10, 2022

Kate Barnes is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who holds a Masters degree in Psychological Counseling from Monmouth University. With many years of experience, Kate has helped people overcome their challenges with anxiety, bipolar, depression, gender Identity/transgender and trauma. Originally from New York, Kate moved to the Seattle area to expand her horizons and help

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March 4, 2022

How is Bipolar Treated?Treatment for bipolar has helped many people regardless of how severe the symptoms are. Most who are treated with a combination of medication and talk therapy. Although episodes of mania and depression can come back post-treatment, you are free of mood changes outside of those episodes when they occur. Continuing with treatment

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March 1, 2022

A ticking clock echoes throughout the university library. The little hand makes its way to nine and security comes around to check ids to ensure that everyone there for late night studies is a student. You show security your id and you continue to write your paper. Page after page is written and you feel

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