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Living Your Personal Revolution

(inspired by Broadway’s Hamilton: An American Musical) by Metta Sweet Edge, LCSW, MAT I’m past patiently waitin’. I’m passionately smashin’ every expectation, Every action’s an act of creation! I’m laughin’ in the face of casualties and sorrow, For the first … Continue reading

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Rising Strong

By Lisa Anyan Smith, PhD   “To love at all is to be vulnerable. Love anything and your heart will be wrung and possibly broken. If you want to make sure of keeping it intact you must give it to … Continue reading

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Harnessing the Power of Habits

By Molly Keeton Parnell, PhD As the end of 2015 approaches, many set goals for 2016. New Year’s resolutions are a common practice yet are met with varying degrees of success. Some find resolutions to be a powerful step toward … Continue reading

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Seduced by Swiping

By: Elizabeth Edge, LCSW, CSAT Vanity Fair’s article “Tinder is the Night” by Nancy Jo Sales speaks to the culture of quick hookups through online apps such as Tinder. One-night stands and quick sexual fixes seem to be what our … Continue reading

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The Possibility of Change

by Laura McNulty, LMFT People often come to therapy because they would like something in their lives to change.  It might be a relationship (or lack thereof), a creative rut, a detrimental habit or a general sense of imbalance.  People … Continue reading

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