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Recognizing, Accepting and Surviving Mental Health Challenges

“I’m Fine” Most of us have used the standard reply, “I’m fine” at a point in time when we were not mentally (or physically) well. We supply these safe responses, to discourage any potentially uncomfortable discussions about how we are functioning. As a person who has experienced anxiety and depression, I know that I have …

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Delaware schools embrace mental health needs of children

The Center for Child Development proudly partners with many schools in Delaware to provide mental health services. Children and families are suffering and so it makes sense to provide therapy where children spend most of their day. Do children really have problems? No, children don’t have problems. However, children are affected by the things that …

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It’s not about the stigma of mental health, it’s about getting access

In my experience, while the stigma of getting mental health services still exists, it’s not like it used to be. I’ve been in the field long enough to recall a time when no one would admit to going to counseling. The notion that one had depression, anxiety or some other condition that generated in the …

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You’re stressed, frustrated, feeling inadequate, and questioning everything about your parenting. The kids won’t listen, your spouse has tuned you out, and you’re having fantasies of running away. You’ve stopped complaining about the sink full of dirty dishes, and if the laundry gets done, it’s a miracle. You might find that going to work a …

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Transforming how we view obesity– understanding how trauma is often the underlying cause.

​ “You’re too fat.” “You need to lose weight.” “You’re going to get high blood pressure and diabetes.” Anyone with a weight problem has had these statements drilled in them to the point of frustration. Overweight people know the risk factors and in most instances, want to lose weight. Sometimes the desire to lose weight …

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Somewhere over the rainbow: Why eating a full array of colorful foods is essential to a balanced diet.

There are many diets that exist. Some are simple. Some are complicated and hard to stick with. But one of the easiest diets to understand is the Rainbow Diet. And with all those colors, it can be a fun way for children and adults alike to make sure they are getting all the various nutrients …

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