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December Decluttering for Your Mental Health

December is a month filled with nostalgia. It is the month that we look back at all that has happened throughout the year and begin to look forward to the coming year.

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December Decluttering for Your Mental Health
December is a month filled with nostalgia. It is the month that we look back at all that has happened throughout the year and begin to look forward to the coming year.
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Holiday Mental Health Check Up
We associate the holiday season with joy, fun and a time to gather with family, but it’s important for us to acknowledge that this season is not joyful for everyone. Holidays can be stressful because they imply time, money and energy and can bring up nostalgia and sadness.
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Ways for Women To Overcome Imposter Syndrome
Have you ever had that voice in your head speak, sometimes even scream at you? Saying things like:“What are you doing?” “Who do you think you are? You can’t do that”“People will make fun of you”“You aren’t that good at that, so just drop it”
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How to Develop Self-Trust
 Create the space and time to slow down, listen to your gut and allow that to help redirect your focus on YOU. It is not about perfection. It is about honoring yourself as you are… with all your glorious flaws! The more you practice these things, the more you will believe in them and the more you will learn to trust and love all the parts of you.
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Identifying Self-sabotaging Behaviors
Self-sabotage happens when there’s fear and insecurity, when we think deep down that we are not deserving of good things, and good people in our life.
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The Certainty of Uncertainty in Life and Relationships
We try to control the uncontrollable looking for security and comfort and safety. The truth is that we can never escape or avoid uncertainty. It is part of the adventure, and it is part of the fear. 
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5 Tips to Thrive in the Midst of Loss and Grief
Change impacts us. Change changes us. The process of letting go is a necessary part of living. We are impacted by those changes across our 4 continuums: physically, emotionally, cognitively and spiritually. This perpetual state of grieving where we have gains and losses regularly is a part of life.
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How To Embrace and Trust Uncertainty
Some of us are most content and blissful when in our routine. We enjoy knowing exactly what we believe in, what to expect and where we are going. Change, on the other hand, sends us into a tailspin! Even when we know something isn’t working anymore, we stick to it, to the familiar, because the unknown is too scary!
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