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Johns Creek and Alpharetta Counseling is partnering with Sugar Hill Church to offer a psychoeducation support group for high schoolers titled "You are Not Alone." It will include practical skills, biblical truth, and honest conversation about depression and anxiety. It starts this Sunday at 9:30 at Sugar Hill Church, room B201.

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Death is a fact of life that we all have a hard time talking about. Here is an article that can help you think and make decisions so that you can find peace with your family. Lindsey Richards of Johns Creek and Alpharetta Counseling is here to help you process the end of life, the loss of a loved one, or finding purpose. Call to schedule an appointment! 404-834-2363

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Does your life ever feel like the image above? Scheduled out and running from one thing to the next? The article below explores how this over-scheduling can affect our children. They need a chance to play and learn about their environment. Doctors are now prescribing play and bonding with their caregivers due to a lack of recess in schools and too many activities. How can you fit play time into your child's day?

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How you hold yourself in an interview can make or break the way the interviewer sees you. This is considered non-verbal communication. Be sure to lean forward, sit properly in the lobby, and mirror the interviewer. Do your best to not: cross your arms, fidget, or make any negative facial expressions. See the below article for more tips about interviewing do's and dont's. Did we miss any tips?

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Breaking up with a friend, no matter your age, is a hard task to go through. Emotions are similar to a breakup in a romantic relationship: sadness, anger, grief, and eventually acceptance. The author of the below article recommends staying busy, removing memories, and re-evaluate current friendships if needed to remove negativity. See the full article below.

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The 5 Love Languages

This book introduces the 5 love languages: Words of Affirmation, Acts of Service, Quality Time, Physical Touch, and Receiving Gifts. Most people have one or two languages that work best for them. Reading this book can help you understand yourself, your partner, and your family. Sometimes our partner or child has a different love language than us, and that's okay! We can learn to love them in the way that they need and vice versa.

https://www.amazon.com/Love-Languages-Secret-that-Lasts/dp/080241270X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=3N6JC7JDG9CYJ&keywords=5+love+languages+by+gary+chapman&qid=1555438585&s=gateway&sprefix=5+%2Caps%2C155&sr=8-1

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