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Anxiety Decoded: When Stress and Worry Become “Normal”

Life is full of a myriad of emotions. From joy to frustration, and peace to anger, we all also experience an occasional sense of nervousness or worry. Normal times to feel this would be amidst a major life change (positive or negative), going on a first date, alongside a major commitment like a public speech or important meeting at work, or due to financial difficulties.

Some people experience mild worry or stress as activating - it motivates them to be ...

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Winter Self Care: 7 Tips for the Winter Blues

Winter Self Care - Reading in front of fire

Does winter have you worn down, unmotivated, blue, tired, and/or restless?

 

Winter is classically the time of year when people tend to hibernate, rest, and reflect. If you are fortunate to live in a place like Colorado where we experience four distinct seasons, there is a sense of appreciation for winter, even if it’s not the most beloved season. The contrast of the bitter cold winter air and snowy conditions often makes the playful seasons of springtime and summer all the more brilliant.

ALL self care starts by establishing boundaries. Because winter can sometimes pose an extra challenge, it’s a great time to set aside ...

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