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Five Ways Physical Therapy Can Help Your Overall Health A customized physical therapy program can help you achieve optimal functioning, and encourage activities and lifestyle changes that prevent  injury and improve overall health and well-being. Primary care doctors often refer patients to physical therapy at the...

This month’s book is Dr. Sue Johnson’s, “Hold Me Tight: Seven Conversations for a Lifetime of Love.” Johnson teaches that enriching relationships are rooted in safe emotional connection and healthy attachment bonds. Through case studies from her practice, illuminating advice, and practical exercises, couples will...

Fair Fighting Rules Do you constantly find yourself having the same arguments with your partner? Ever feel like you're not getting anywhere, or or like you're not being heard? Here are a few helpful ground rules to set so that arguing stay civilized, and your relationship...

Do you find yourself getting in cyclical arguments with your significant other? Do you feel emotionally distant or closed off? Are you simply looking for ways to better connect with your partner? John and Julie Gottman’s book, “Eight Dates,” is a step-by-step guide to communicating about...

Research conducted by Strava using over 800 million user-logged activities in 2019 predicts the day most people are likely to give up on their New Year's Resolution is January 19. (Strava calls it "Quitter's Day.") Have you lost your drive to accomplish your big (or...

Need some help getting started with goal setting and New Year's resolutions? Here's a quick worksheet that will help you hash out a plan, so you're more likely to stick to your goals, and feel accomplished once 2021 rolls around. This worksheet encourages you to...

Book of the Month - A Liberated Mind: How to Pivot Toward What Matters by Steven C. Hayes Steven C. Hayes is an American clinical psychologist and professor at the University of Nevada, Reno. He’s best known for developing a style of counseling called Acceptance and...

Journal Prompts for Grief Grief can feel incredibly isolating--we often suffer alone, or in private. In his book, Lessons of loss: A Guide to Coping, Dr. Robert Niemeyer explains, “When losses are traumatic, they may be difficult to discuss or even disclose to another. And yet...

One of our favorite ways to relax is by turning on a good podcast while taking a stroll around the neighborhood. If you're working through grief or loss this holiday season, we'd encourage you to bundle up and take a gentle stroll while listening to...