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5 Tools to Build Your Eating Disorder Recovery Toolbox

By Megan Drake, LMHC If you or someone you love has an eating disorder, you’ve likely experienced meals and snacks as very challenging anxiety-provoking events. That’s why we must come prepared with coping strategies to set ourselves and/or our loved ones up for success. Coping strategies are like...

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Mental Health Boost After Bucks Win, Fans say Wisconsin United

MILWAUKEE — Tens of thousands of fans followed along for the Bucks NBA Championship run. Whether it was at watch parties, bars, living rooms, or at the victory parade Thursday. "This is important for not just the city of Milwaukee, but the city of Racine, Kenosha, the whole state," said Bucks fan...

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Boy v. Tomato

Written by: Kristen Kenney Tomato season in New England has arrived. Over the years, my family has purchased seasonal shares at various local farms. I love the fresh vegetables, the pick-your-own opportunities and especially the joy of fresh-picked, still warm-from-the-sun cherry tomatoes. As much...

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Bracing for Re-Entry

By Kristen Kenney, MSW, LICSW In early 2020, we began seeing otherworldly news reports showing emergency workers dressed in white inflated suits, expandable tubes trailing down their backs, furrowed brows visible through clear face masks. We soon l earned the name of the threat, COVID-19, and...

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What Has the Pandemic Done to Our Boundaries?

Written by: Katie Heaney Read the original article here. The other day, a friend called me on the phone to complain about another friend — a cherished hobby for us both. In 2019, or any year before it, the inciting event would have been an inoffensive request: My friend’s friend invited my friend...

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