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It’s Sometimes Hard To Risk Being Yourself

It’s sometimes hard to risk being yourself…

especially when you might feel invisible, or unsupported by the people around you. Remember your real beauty is inside you, and grows as it is shared and appreciated. As we mark the season of renewal and new growth, what can you do to renew your inner beauty, and share it more bravely with others?

Here’s to seeing more of you!

Alicia

What I’ve been writing

Why THIS Popular Tip For Couples Can Actually Make Your Fights WORSE and how to fix the problem!
Cited in Glamour – This is What a Panic Attack Looks Like
6 Ways Grief Can Make You Wonder If You’ll Ever Be OK You will, and it will take time.

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Sometimes, you can clearly see when someone is depressed. Many times, the signs are easy to miss. 6 Secret Signs of Hidden Depression is a great article by John Grohol, PsyD that points out some of the signs to look for.
When someone close to us is in pain, it’s natural to want to help – but it’s important to know the right way to go about it. Dr. Sandra Hamilton lists some very helpful tools in this terrific Huffington Post piece. 5 Powerful Ways to Help Someone in Emotional Pain
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Alicia H. Clark, PsyD

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