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Navigating the ups and downs of a chaotic world
Jamie Cannon MS, LPC
Learn the complex reasons why domestic violence victims struggle to walk away from dangerous relationships.
Feel like you're being manipulated? Pay attention to the early warning signs to avoid being used.
Love isn't an excuse to treat others any way you want. Here's how to recognize some potential warning signs in romantic relationships.
Tired of always being the one in the wrong during arguments? Learn how to end unhealthy patterns.
Trauma effects are both overt and invisible. Accurately depicting them is essential to understanding them.
Helping people recover from trauma must first start with understanding and respect.
It's time to get the facts straight on people who suffer from anxiety.
Are you missing the depression warning signals your teen is sending? A little awareness can go a long way.
Are you stuck in a narcissistic relationship with no way out? Stop making excuses and focus on authenticity instead.
Tired of past toxic relationships interfering with your life? Recognizing a few common effects can help put them to rest.
Learn how to celebrate the complementary nature of introversion and extraversion.
Are you facing the pain of setting boundaries with people you care about? Some simple steps can help you navigate this important skill.
For sufferers of chronic cancer, grief takes on a whole new meaning—and being able to validate it promotes healing.
Being vulnerable is important, but it may occasionally put you at risk with a narcissist.
Little things can suddenly become devastating after losing someone you love.
Are you avoiding an authentic lifestyle in the race for success?
Are you fighting imaginary wars that are taking years off of your life? Most of the time, the scariest part is facing those fears.
Have you faced the invisible losses of the coronavirus pandemic?
Loss is inescapable, and one of the keys to surviving it is learning to treasure the past and the present at the same time.
Is the pandemic of fear eating you alive? Some minor changes can save you.
Have you noticed the blame game has become more popular? There are some ways to stop it.
Are you unknowingly fueling your anxiety? There are some ways to recognize this and find alternative methods to deal with it.
Grief is not just a loss. Grief forces us to reshape our reality, but there are ways to survive it.
Jamie Cannon, MS, LPC, has an extensive background in mental health and wellness consultation. She specializes in the treatment of trauma, anxiety, and grief with populations ranging from children and families to victims of domestic violence.