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Megan McReynolds

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Misconceptions of Therapy
*Disclaimer: Every person has had different
experiences with therapy, some good and others bad. I am just reflecting on my
own experiences with therapy and the opinions I have encountered from others.
There are also different types of therapy and approaches...

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Allowing Margin
margin [mahr-jin] - the space around the printed or written matter on a page; an amount allowed or available beyond what is actually necessary Margin is the space required by your professor in order to receive full credit on your written assignment. It make...

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A Season for Everything
King Solomon once wrote in Ecclesiastes 7:13-14, "Consider what God has done: Who can straighten what he has made crooked? When times are good, be happy; but when times are bad, consider: God has made the one as well as the other . Therefore, a man cannot d...

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Why I Refuse to Apologize for Crying
Some girls don't cry. Some girls think logically and brush things off their shoulders and don't express their emotions. I am not one of those girls , but I have always wished that I was. Since elementary school, I have been labeled as the "emotional girl". ...

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Depression reminds me of monsters, as a child I feared lurked underneath my bed All the nights lying under the covers, fears dancing around in my head. But now that I'm older I'm afraid that instead they are locked in my mind Crouching in every corner, stea...

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The Cost of Perfectionism
There were so many days I was waking up exhausted. That I
still wake up exhausted. It was more than a lack of sleep, or jam-packed
schedule. I realized it was due to the fact that every detail of my life had
become consumed with a need to be perfect . See, ...

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Mind the Gap: Loneliness and the Christian Life
There I was traveling London, waiting for the underground metro, when a hurried stream of people came flooding out from it's doors. I heard the phrase "Mind the Gap" echo as I took a few steps forward. It was a reminder to watch out for the small amount of ...
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