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Supporting Your Neurodivergent Young Adult During The Holidays 495 400 Advance LA

Supporting Your Neurodivergent Young Adult During The Holidays

Supporting Your Neurodivergent Young Adult During The HolidaysFor many neurodivergent young adults, the holiday season can be a minefield of social expectations. There is so much pressure to spend lots of time with family and friends. But those types of interaction require a social proficiency that can be difficult for young adults with challenges. Young…

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New Year, Fresh Start! 495 401 Advance LA

New Year, Fresh Start!

New Year, Fresh Start!“Take the first step. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Wise words from Dr. King. The beginning of a new year is a fresh start, the perfect time to set a goal and work toward the wonderful feeling of…

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A Perfectly Imperfect Holiday 495 401 Advance LA

A Perfectly Imperfect Holiday

A Perfectly Imperfect HolidayHoliday perfectionism is one of the main causes of holiday stress. Whether it’s spending all day cooking the perfect recipes for your holiday feast, making sure your house is perfectly decorated, or spending all day trying to perfectly wrap gifts, trying to do it all can zap any ounce of holiday joy.…

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No Place Like Home For The Holidays 495 401 Advance LA

No Place Like Home For The Holidays

No Place Like Home For The HolidaysAs the saying goes, “there’s no place like home for the holidays” – and even after all of the time we have spent indoors, home can still feel comforting. We may not have our traditional celebrations, office parties, or special get-togethers with close friends because we are still dealing…

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An Intentional Thanksgiving 495 401 Advance LA

An Intentional Thanksgiving

An Intentional ThanksgivingThe phrase, “attitude of gratitude” may seem like a cliche, but during  challenging times, taking the time to pause and experience gratitude may help to change your perspective and give you a more positive outlook on life. The pandemic seems to have placed us all in a new world. For some neurodivergent young…

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