Be still (and not be anxious); wear the hush of tranquility.
Be quiet (and not rehearse the words); open my inner ears.
Be content (and not withdraw permission to be so); manifest serenity.
Hunger (and not evade the pangs); recognize the sign of need.
Eat (and not shun this essential act); receive nourishment, giving thanks.
Sleep (and not lament dreaming); …Continue Reading »
Hello! My name is Jennifer McNamara, and I am going to be guest-writing a blog for Corner Canyon Counseling for the next year or so. If you would like to reach out to me, my email address is email@example.com
A little history, some of it ancient and some of it more current — because I am …Continue Reading »
Anxiety disorders are recognized and diagnosed at a rate today that is higher than they’ve ever been. Children are no exception to this fact. Children who suffer from anxiety can have their academic performance suffer and struggle with other health problems. As such, it is incredibly important to get anxiety diagnosed early on. To do …Continue Reading »