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Grief: The Myth of Moving On

March 15, 2024

Grief, no doubt, is a universal struggle that happens to everyone. We can’t escape it. When we experience loss and are in the throes of grief, it’s common for well-meaning friends, coworkers, or famil...

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Why TikTok Should Not Replace Your Therapist, Doctor, Teacher, etc.

February 13, 2024

No doubt, it’s heartening to hear that the stigma surrounding mental health has lessened considerably during the pandemic and beyond, and that mental health awareness is growing. With helpful tips, cl...

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Move Beyond Blame to Overcome Codependence

January 19, 2024

When I began work here at The Meadows, I was thrown into the Survivors Workshop the first day. At least, that’s how it felt to me. (What?! I have to actually do my own treatment? Blagh!) Like many pat...

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Mental Health in the Workplace

January 11, 2024

Stress. Anxiety. Toxic company cultures. Overwhelming workloads. Burnout. All of these to some degree represent the current experience for many in the working world. As a result, poor mental health in...

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Reset, Refresh, Renew

December 15, 2023

A 2022 YouGov poll indicated that 37% of Americans planned to have a goal or resolution in 2023, with 87% saying they were likely to keep it throughout the year. Ironically, Forbes Health/OnePoll foun...

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The Hallmarks of Codependency (and How to Heal)

November 29, 2023

Healthy adult relationships are built on mutual respect and a considerate balance of give and take. In other words, the two people in the relationship can rely on each other, emotionally, physically, ...

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