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Alison Bell & Associates Counselling Group
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Nothing needs to change, you are worthy - as you are!

#Worthy #Love #Recovery Gottman Institute
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Consider this when you feel broken ...
#Healing #SelfLove #Beauty
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"Mindful parenting means that you bring your conscious attention to what’s happening, instead of getting hijacked by your emotions. Mindfulness is about letting go of guilt and shame about the past and focusing on right now. It’s about accepting whatever is going on, rather than trying to change it or ignore it." - Jill Cedar, Motherly

#Parenting #Mindful #Emotions http://ow.ly/6TXM30l8AU6
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Ali Tolley is 19 years old. She is a singer / songwriter & performer and has Asperger’s syndrome. This is a list of 15 things Ali wants you to know and understand about Asperger's.

"People with Asperger’s and ASD are the MacBooks in a PC world. Apple products aren’t broken, they’re just a different operating system." - Ali Tolley

#Aspergers #AspergersSsyndrome #AspergersAwareness
The Mighty http://ow.ly/5Fnx30l0VW9
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A thoughtful post from @BeatEDs ‏

#Healing #EatingDisorders #Support
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Some wonderful perspective from @CreativeChildMg - childhood is not a race!
#Childhood #Perspective #Learning
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Anxiety can present itself in many different ways and symptoms are often unique for each individual.

This article offers some interesting perspective on what anxiety looks like for some individuals.

http://ow.ly/df9g30kVyuf #Anxiety #Anxious #Perspective
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Our friend Pig-Pen with some good advice!
#CharlieBrown #BeYou #GoodAdvice
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Our friend Pig-Pen with some good advice!
#CharlieBrown #BeYou #GoodAdvice
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"Sometimes adults may unintentionally minimize their child’s feelings because it can just be plain uncomfortable to see our child have such big feelings or for it to happen in a public setting where we may worry that others see our child’s difficulties as a reflection on our parenting skills.
These big feelings are not a reflection on our parenting. By putting words to what just happened we help our child feel understood and make sense of their feelings. This will help them boost their coping as they grow." - Dr. Azine Graff

http://ow.ly/YIaQ30kNZaR

#behavior #kids #parenting
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