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The Significance of a Service Animal

Service animals are everywhere. We see them in grocery stores, on airplanes, in restaurants. While a large part of society does not agree with how much freedom service animals are allowed, some people would not be able to leave their homes without them. Some service animals are trained to detect seizures, while others can alert their owners to diabetes attacks....[ read more ]

How to UNPLUG in a social media saturated world

Your alarm goes off and you reach for your phone to check instagram, facebook, twitter…You were feeling OK about yourself until you saw one of the social media influencers that you follow heavily filtered wearing designer clothes head to toe saying “I woke up like this.” How can this be real life? It’s definitely not. Might I make a few...[ read more ]

Living with someone who has ADHD

Living with ADHD as an adult is not easy, but living with someone who has ADHD can be even more difficult. Symptoms range from impulsivity, disorganization, poor time management skills, difficulty multitasking, and difficulty staying on task. Here are some tips and tricks that help you communicate with your partner more effectively without hurting their feelings. Impulsivity: Whenever Alana went...[ read more ]

“I Don’t Want To Go”….A Practical Guide to Dealing with Social Anxiety

Have you ever felt this way? I wasn't always this way. In fact, I remember being somewhat extroverted in college. I would jump at the chance to go out at night, see my friends, go to parties. My anxiety crept up on me slowly, like honey in a jar. It didn't help moving from the city to the suburbs where...[ read more ]



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