| Posted On Jan 26, 2021 | By:

Staying Connected to Others and Each Other

During the winter months, it continues to be important to stay connected to family and friends, either virtually or through proper physical distancing. This may be more challenging for children who have been taken out of their usual social interactions both in and out of school. It is expected that your child may have some apprehension or nervousness about reconnecting with friends and peers. However, finding ways to have safe social interaction is essential for their emotional well-being.

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| Posted On Jun 12, 2014 | By:

Five Benefits of Prenatal Yoga

Many woman look for a way to relax and stay fit during pregnancy. The age-old practice of yoga can keep you limber, tone your muscles, and improve your balance and circulation with little, if any, impact on your joints.

A typical prenatal yoga class focuses on practicing different breathing techniques as well as gentle stretching of different areas of your body such as the neck and arms.

Below are five benefits that a woman can receive from taking prenatal yoga classes.

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| Posted On Jan 17, 2012 | By:

Pamper Yourself (Your Kids Will Thank You for It)

Whether you are raising kids or enjoying your “empty nest” or retirement, taking care of yourself affects not only you, but also those around you and all those who care about you.  It is not selfish to take a little “me, me, me” time.  When you are raising kids, you need time to recharge your batteries, relieve the inevitable stress and rejuvenate for the challenges of tomorrow.

And let’s face it: by the time your kids are grown and you are done raising them,

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| Posted On Oct 13, 2011 | By:

Making Peace with Anxiety

Anxiety has a bad reputation. Many of us fear it and take steps to avoid the dreaded sensations that generally accompany it: increased heart rate, sweating, upset stomach, dizziness, and nervousness, all of which lead to a general sense of discomfort. If these symptoms persist for at least six months with feelings of worry and apprehension almost every day, this can be a more serious level of anxiety and is often diagnosed as an anxiety disorder.

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