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How to Stop Catastrophic Thinking 

How to Stop Catastrophic Thinking 

A guide for parents, teens, and young adults   Cecilia and Braden go to college in different states.  They Snap constantly and talk a few times a day.  One Friday night, Cecilia went out with friends. She was having so much fun dancing and talking with her girls...

Create an Effective Study Space

Create an Effective Study Space

School is in full swing and assignments are starting to pile up. How can you help your high school or college student avoid being stressed and overwhelmed? One way is by creating an effective study space. One that will rekindle her motivation and help her focus on...

Dealing with (Sorority) Rejection 

Dealing with (Sorority) Rejection 

Sorority recruitment, or rush, is a stressful time for most college students.  The girls I coach have described the experience as competitive, exhausting, and harsh.   At event after event, they have to put their best face forward to meet the certain standards and...

Five Ways to Make a Friend

Five Ways to Make a Friend

Some teens and young adults have no problem making friends. They are naturally outgoing, talkative, and confident.  For others, the thought of making a new friend triggers fear, uncertainty, doubt, and reluctance.  These teens and young adults fear rejection. They are...

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