Category Archives: Depression

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Mourning the Death of Comedic Icon Robin Williams

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By: Katrina Giries, MS, LPC, NCC August 12, 2014–The world is mourning the loss of an American, comedic icon, Robin Williams (1951 – 2014). Williams was known for his genius wit and versatile acting ability in roles from the zany Mork in “Mork and Mindy” to dramatic roles like Mr. Keating in “Dead Poets Society” […]

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A Word about Gratitude

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A Word about Gratitude What a wonderful holiday it is!  Thanksgiving! It may be my favorite. No pressure to buy gifts. All we have to do is visit and eat and watch ball games (and eat). Of course, travel can be stressful as can be meal preparation. Also, being with people who we are normally […]

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A Word about Holiday Stress

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A Word about Holiday Stress  Holidays can bring on a confusing array of emotions for anyone. We are out of our usual routines, and we frequently put undue stress on ourselves thinking that everything should be perfect. Thus, our expectations may be higher than usual, frequently of our own making. We are often with people […]

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