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People, please! Listen to a People Pleaser.

People, please! Listen to a People Pleaser.

There are some traits that are admired by society and deemed part of being a good person: agreeableness, kindness, flexibility, compassion, obedience, reliability, and several more that could also describe someone as being a people pleaser if possessed in excess. People pleasing traits come from socialization, which is started at a young age. Many times

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Love Languages, Myths, and Men Who Feel Unloved

Love Languages, Myths, and Men Who Feel Unloved

If you’ve been in couples counseling or done any kind of work on your intimate relationships then you are likely to have heard of love languages. Now on the whole, I don’t recommend the Five Love Languages book by Gary Chapman for many reasons, not the least of which is the very concerning advice given

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Taking Time to Smell the Roses…Wait!  What Roses?

Taking Time to Smell the Roses…Wait! What Roses?

Recently I attended the book fair at my children’s school and picked up a book I can’t wait to dig into. It’s called Healer of the Water Monster by Brian Young. This is Brian Young’s powerful debut novel that was recently awarded the American Indian Youth Literature Award Winner: Best Middle Grade Book. It’s a

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Taking Care of Yourself

Taking Care of Yourself

Can you relate?  Waking up each day with an endless list of to-dos—each one a priority and deserving of our time and attention.  We push through the day, doing the best we can, and when we finally stop at the end of the day, we are exhausted on all levels—physically, mentally, emotionally, and maybe even

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Learning to Accept a Diagnosis

Learning to Accept a Diagnosis

For those of us who have received diagnoses of any kind, it can be a simultaneously confusing, scary, and relieving experience. In order to get properly diagnosed, a list of symptoms has to be reviewed thoroughly and explored with a professional. The good news for some diagnoses is that if the symptoms are treated, the

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Co-Regulation: A Parenting Hack for Meltdowns

Co-Regulation: A Parenting Hack for Meltdowns

Picture this: you are working on dinner when suddenly from the other room you hear piercing screams. You run in to find your children yelling at each other and locked in a fight over the rights to a favorite toy. Is your blood pressure rising? If your reaction to this common scenario is to yell

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Advantage Of Outsourcing Chiropractic Billing Software

When you own a chiropractic practice, you’ve likely wondered if you should maintain an in-house billing staff or outsource your billing. Billing and revenue cycle management is crucial to chiropractors who want to ensure business sustainability. This is pretty much everyone who starts a business and it holds true here. The difference here is you

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Learning from My Dog

Learning from My Dog

This is a pretty niche topic, but I recently adopted my dog and cannot stop finding reasons to talk about her. Many of my clients are pet owners, and from our conversations I know how you love your pets as family members. I heard you, and now I truly get it. My dog has brought

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Living With Uncertainty

Living With Uncertainty

As we head into a third year of this collective experience of uncertainty, I have been thinking about the parallels between what many are feeling as this pandemic drags on and what so many experience acutely or chronically in their individual lives. The continued uncertainty that is felt uniquely when the unknowns of the future

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