Mindful Spring Cleaning Tips

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Mindful Spring Psychology

-Mindful Spring Cleaning Tips- In addition to blooming flowers and new growth, spring is a time associated with cleaning and decluttering our lives.  Your to-do list might include clearing out the garage or reorganizing a closet, but have you considered taking time to organize your thoughts and clear your mind?  Here are simple tips for a fresh perspective this spring. … Read More

When Autism Affects Your Family

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Autism Parenting Psychology

-When Autism Affects Your Family- Autism affects more than a diagnosed individual’s life.  Autism is a global health issue affecting parents, siblings, loved ones, educators, co-workers, and communities. That is why people around the world are taking time this month to build greater awareness about autism. World Autism Awareness Week About 1 in 59 children is diagnosed with autism, according … Read More

What Makes a Relationship Strong?

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Relationship Couple

What Makes a Relationship Strong? – By Aisha Abbasi M.D. – Valentine’s Day is just behind us. Beyond the hoopla, gifts, cards, flowers, etc., what is love really about? And what makes a relationship genuinely strong over time? Let’s turn to what The Bard (a/k/a William Shakespeare, the English playwright and poet) wrote, hundreds of years ago in Sonnet 116. Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116 … Read More