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The COVID-19 virus has introduced many people to the process of grief. Currently, an estimated 2.856 million people worldwide have passed from the COVID-19 virus. With these deaths, countless people have been introduced to the grueling process of grief. And unfortunately, as Chimere Holmes, LPC, a licensed psychotherapist, explains, grief and loss are two of life’s constants. “Like […]
Sadly, bullying is quite common. And while pervasive in elementary through high school, it can also occur in other settings including with siblings in childhood and far into adulthood among work colleagues, work supervisors, friends groups, and other social communities.
The word “selfish” often conjures up negative connotations, and in many cases it’s best to steer clear from self-centered behavior. At the same time, there are numerous instances that call for us to look inward and prioritize ourselves above those around us.