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With the holidays fast approaching, there are many opportunities to give to help those who less fortunate, either because they don’t have enough financially or because they lack the family, friends, and support they need to be happy. Santas stand by storefronts and ring bells for a charitable cause. Food shelters increase the amount of

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It may not seem like it, but the holiday season is just around the corner. And, while the holiday season is usually a time of joy and happiness, for some of us, the holidays can bring us holiday blues, not holiday cheer. According to healthline.com, holiday blues, or seasonal depression, is a condition that affects roughly

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The prospect of deploying to Afghanistan last year induced in me an unnerving sense of excitement. Despite having served as a Navy physician for eleven years, I had never experienced life in a combat zone. And while I was quite aware of the horrors attendant to armed conflict, I was still, embarrassingly, in quiet thrall

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Hear Joelle Maletis on Dr. Stacy Haynes’ Parenting Tips 2 Go!http://www.parentingtips2go.com/ on the May 26th show. The topic will be Military & Family Life on WiAMRadio.com at 11:00am EST. Stay tuned and tune in.

Falling in love and getting married is a normal part of life for most people. After all, infatuation is easy. Unfortunately, though, it’s not enough to sustain a marriage through both good times and bad. If couples don’t establish a much deeper bond, support each other, and learn to work through the inevitable difficulties that

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CAMFT’s 2015 Annual Conference “Bridging the Art and Science of Healing May 14 – 17, 2015 San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront Conference At-A-Glance Friday – May 15, 2015 San Francisco Airport Marriott Waterfront 32.5 Possible CE Credits for LMFTs, LCSWs, LPCCs, and LEPs 24 Possible CE Credits for Psychologists and RNs 2 Possible CE Credits for Drug and Alcohol Counselors

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Momentary vs. Lasting Stress Life is full of ups and downs, and some of them can be stressful. Sometimes stress just lasts a moment — like getting through a school play audition or making the foul shot that could win the game. But life can also bring situations that might keep us stressed for a

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Exercise for Stress and Anxiety  The physical benefits of exercise — improving physical condition and fighting disease — have long been established, and physicians always encourage staying physically active. Exercise is also considered vital for maintaining mental fitness, and it can reduce stress. Studies show that it is very effective at reducing fatigue, improving alertness

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CAMFT SPRING SYMPOSIUM 2015: Q & A   Thank you for your participation in my workshop, No, You Really Don’t Understand!; and, the thoughtful questions that you have asked. Here are brief answers and resources to refer to. Based on my research and experience, here are my thoughts. I’m happy to discuss this further. Should

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