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Last week we explored the ways in which we may be contributing to our pain and the notion that socializing – even when we don’t feel like it – helps us to feel more supported and can even work as a stepping stone to moving

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List all the behaviors that make you depressed or low and rate out of ten how sad they make you, with 10 being depressed and 1 being having no effect. Anything you rate at a 7 or above brainstorm how you can minimize engaging in

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Last week we explored the notion that sometimes our pain can be familiar and comforting. This week we look at the first two steps to let go and move on so that your future is full of possibility.   Accepting the situation you are in and seeing

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When we are hurting one of the most natural things is to turn inward and avoid social contact. It is in these moments that we may feel like we are a burden to those around us or that others would simply not understand. When we

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When I resisted the pain I was experiencing, I accentuated it. When we practice mindfulness and both acknowledge and accept pain, it's power against us diminishes. We are no longer trying to fight against the current and go upstream.   This is not the same as resigning

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