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“Never agree to keep suicidal thoughts or attempts a secret. Getting the person to professional help is the key to saving a life. Most of the time, suicidal people are relieved that someone has noticed and cares about them. Sometimes, all they need is permission and encouragement to go for help."

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How are you feeling today? Try to check in with yourself and your children each day to track your moods (and to see if you need some self care time).
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Check this out! It's awesome! In this short from filmmakers Julie Bayer Salzman and Josh Salzman titled “Just Breathe;” the duo spoke with several young Smart Girls and Boys about how their emotions affect them and how they physically feel. But rather than just opening up the conversation, the duo show how helpful the practice of mindfulness is in keeping kids emotionally healthy.
How do you deal with your emotions when you’re upset? Have you found any tricks and tips that help you be emotionally healthy and honest?

(from: http://amysmartgirls.com/)

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Being an involved parent takes time and is hard work, and it often means rethinking and rearranging your priorities. It frequently means sacrificing what you want to do for what your child needs to do. Be there mentally as well as physically.
We at Thrive Counseling are here to help you and your family work through your priorities and demands as a parent and a busy adult.
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Don't worry about what you don't have. Focus on making what you do have better :)
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What a great way to remind children that they have CHOICES!

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With fashion being ever changing, we at Thrive Counseling Center know how difficult it can be to approve of some of the fashion choices of your children and explain to them about their clothing choices. Here is a great article about "How to Talk to Your Daughter About What She is Wearing. Check it out and let us know what you think!

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Wise words to live by :)
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We at Thrive Counseling Center know that teenagers can be a little difficult to talk to at times. Here is an article from iMom about "How to Talk to Your Teenager: Conversations vs. Rigid Rules." 

"Teens are in a constant state of growth and change—both physically and emotionally. It makes it tough for parents to set concrete rules to keep them safe. What was appropriate even a few months ago may not be the right rule for today. The solution? Learning how to talk to your teenager about what’s best for them in a continual conversation of sorts."

Check it out and let us know what you think!
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