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Terrorism, Anger, Anxiety: How to Manage Strong Feelings - Dr Chloe Carmichael

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Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD Jan 18, 2021 11:55:22 AM

When we are faced with extreme world events such as terrorism, many of us can feel at a loss regarding how to process our emotions.  On one hand, we feel full of very strong emotion; and on the other hand we may simultaneously feel as if we are actually so powerless over whatever official governmental response will be taken that our feelings can seem almost irrelevant to the broader picture of how these events fit into perspective.  

How to Survive the Holiday Season With Your Family

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Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD Jan 13, 2021 10:26:28 AM
How to Survive the Holiday Season With Your Family

The holiday season is here, and while this can be a wonderful and joyous time it can also come with plenty of stress.  If you’re lucky enough that your entire family is full of nothing but warmth and kindness (or at least courtesy), then you may not even need to read this blog- congratulations!  However, many people who enjoy a larger extended family find there may be one person in the mix who maybe is “more difficult”.  Even if you really love the person (in fact, sometimes especially if you really love the person, even minor conflicts can seem stressful.  For many people, family dynamics can contribute to anxiety about holiday gatherings… but the beauty of this type of stress is that it can be planned for. Family pattern stressors are, by nature, predictable stressors allow us to fill our tool belts with the necessary items for managing holiday interactions before any difficulties are met.

Terrorism, Anger, Anxiety: How to Manage Strong Feelings

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Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD Jan 13, 2021 2:33:18 AM
Terrorism, Anger, Anxiety: How to Manage Strong Feelings

When we are faced with extreme world events such as terrorism, many of us can feel at a loss regarding how to process our emotions.  On one hand, we feel full of very strong emotion; and on the other hand we may simultaneously feel as if we are actually so powerless over whatever official governmental response will be taken that our feelings can seem almost irrelevant to the broader picture of how these events fit into perspective.  

How to Manage Emotions from Difficult World Events

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Dr. Chloe Carmichael, PhD Jan 13, 2021 2:28:34 AM