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1 January 2016
Category:
Counseling
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Happy New Year from Family First Counseling

Wishing Blessings to you and yours in the new year. Megan R. Lee, LPC-S


24 December 2015
Category:
Self Improvement
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RESPECT!!!

Growing up it was the norm or common knowledge that when addressing one of your elders, you addressed them with “Yes Ma’am” or ” Yes Sir”  or “No Ma’am”, “No Sir.” No matter what the conversation there was a “Ma’am and/or “Sir” involved.  This is done in efforts to show respect.  Rarely will you hear […]


22 December 2015
Category:
Self Improvement
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December Grieving Time

December can be a time of grieving.  For many people the holiday is a time of fun festive parties and family get-togethers. For others it brings relentless reminders of people they loved that have passed away.   When it’s the first Christmas without their loved one, they think of how the experience would be better if […]


21 December 2015
Category:
Self Improvement
Comments: 2

Selflessness

As we move closer to the Christmas holiday I have begun to see more and more community services being done, as it is every year. Now do not get me wrong, I believe that community service is always needed and is always welcomed. My question is where is the selflessness throughout the rest of the […]


17 December 2015
Category:
Counseling
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Self-Care Wheel

A colleague shared this self-care wheel tool with me, and I couldn’t pass up sharing with you all. Be sure to click on it to get a larger version! The tool was made specifically for trauma professionals but I think it can be useful for all of us working in the helping profession (nurses, teachers, doctors, lawyers, […]


14 December 2015
Category:
Self Improvement
Comments: 1

Keeping Stress Under Wrap During the Holidays

It’s Christmas time!  For many people this is a time of joy, for others this is a time of sadness and still for others this is a time of stress.  I know I have to make a conscious choice to make this a time of joy.   So like most people, I can overextend myself […]


10 December 2015
Category:
Physical Health
Comments: 1

Holiday Depression

With all the commercials, advertising in stores, and sales we know that the holiday season is amongst us. But this is not always a happy moment for everyone. We must remember that many are suffering from what professionals are calling: Holiday Depression. Holiday depression is described as regression, development of diffuse anxiety, feelings of helplessness, […]


9 December 2015
Category:
Uncategorized
Comments: 1

Holiday Fever

The holidays are my favorite time of the year, or at least Christmas is. I love all things Christmas. Everything from the Christmas music to the gifts. From watching Christmas movies to wearing onesie pajamas. Most importantly though I love the gift giving. It is just something about putting a smile on someone else’s face […]

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