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Does Chiropractic Treatment Hurt?

Many people seek the services of a chiropractor to help alleviate pain in certain areas of the body, like the neck, back, head, or joints. When you are aiming to treat your pain, you certainly do not want treatments that will increase that pain in any way. You might be nervous about seeking chiropractic care,

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Keeping the Balls in the Air

Keeping the Balls in the Air

“There is so much going on… I just don’t know how I am going to keep all of the balls in the air…” How many times have you heard yourself say this? It’s something I hear often from my many busy clients, who find themselves juggling lots of competing demands related to family, work, health,

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Can Therapy Help You With Depression?

Depression Therapy Depression is a mood disorder that impacts millions of people across the nation. It can impact how you see the world, how you feel about things, and your relationships. Depression can cause intense and relentless feelings of sadness, loss of pleasure in life, and so much more. Those who are affected by depression

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Best Couples Therapist Sterling, VA

If you and your partner are facing obstacles in your relationship, you should speak to the best couples therapist Sterling, VA residents trust. While it might seem strange at first to talk to a stranger about your relationship problems, it may actually be beneficial. Here are some of the benefits of seeing a couples therapist.

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The Bully Inside of You

The Bully Inside of You

We talk quite a bit about anxiety in our house. My kids have names for their worry monsters. My daughter chose the name Alfred when she was around 4 years old. My son, more recently, when he was about 4 years old, named his Pooter Fart. As you can imagine it brings a lot of

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3 Things to Quit in 2019

3 Things to Quit in 2019

Did you know there’s a National Quitter’s Day? According to research, the second Friday in January is the day most people are likely to give up on their New Year’s Resolutions. Motivation falters, gym membership drops, and feelings of failure sky rocket. There are probably a million reasons these resolutions don’t stick but I’d like

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Brace Yourself – The Holidays are Here!

Brace Yourself – The Holidays are Here!

With the Thanksgiving holiday coming up, I have noticed an increase in clients dealing with issues involving their extended family members. The pressure of entertaining and providing for the entire family may seem insurmountable when it comes time to actually enjoy time together. When clients tell me that they are feeling overwhelmed or stressed by

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My Favorite Resources for Anxious Children

My Favorite Resources for Anxious Children

With the start of school, I’ve noticed an increase in parents looking for support in parenting their anxious children and bringing their children in to see me for counseling. There are stressors throughout the year but the transition of back to school can be one that elevates the anxiety level beyond the capacity of their coping skills. Parents may

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