Tag: Anxiety

The Sunnyside of Life

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by Jim Roberts, CEO/Founder
April, 2, 2020 -

DARK and discouraging are these times–all sense of normalcy has been vanquished by the Covid-19 pandemic. “Sheltering in place”, overloaded hospitals, significant shortages of medical and personal supplies, a looming major recession or worse, a depression, and the fear that hundreds of thousands of Americans will die, is all daunting to say the least. Add to these there is an unparalleled political polarization and terrible, ineffective leadership at the federal level. Yes, this is a DARK, foreboding picture indeed!

Embracing Vulnerability & Strengthening Resilience

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by Kate Patterson, FCNI Staff
March, 27, 2020 -

Well, I think it's safe to say a lot of us did not expect to find ourselves here. Asked to stay at home and practice “social distancing”… and really do nothing but that. Maybe we’re getting outside for some fresh air, becoming tele-communication masters, tapping into our creativity, or, for some, starting to connect with parts of ourselves we’ve kept shuttered away for a long time.

Did You Fill Your Cup Today?

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By Tanya Winje, FCNI Program Supervisor
March, 11, 2020 -

“It is one of the most beautiful compensations of this life that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself.” Ralph Waldo Emerson

Combating Back-to-School Anxiety

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Makayla DuBois and Patrick Harlan, FCNI Rehabilitation Specialists
August, 21, 2018 -

We all know that the Back-to-School anxiety is a real thing, so some of our Rehabilitation Specialist staff who work one-on-one with our youth and families, as well as in the classroom with kids, put together some pointers on how to make this transition as smooth as possible!

 

Here are some of Makayla’s suggestions:

Visit the school BEFORE the first day!

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