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Online Classes For Everyone: Come As You Are Monday Gentle: 9:30-10:45am Wednesday Eve Flow: 7-8pm Friday Unwind/Self Massage Movement: 9:30-10:45am Sunday Practice For All: 10-11:30am

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Online Classes For Everyone: Come As You Are Monday Gentle: 9:30-10:45am Wednesday Eve Flow: 7-8pm Friday Unwind/Self Massage Movement: 9:30-10:45am Sunday Practice For All: 10-11:30am
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The mental trick that helped me claw way my back from debilitating anxiety

Anxiety doesn't always go away but your relationship with it can change.

The mental trick that helped me claw way my back from debilitating anxiety
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Anger Management in downtown Vancouver Wa.

Designed to teach non-violence, accountability, conflict resolution, boundary setting, assertiveness instead of aggression, and a variety of other concepts related to being less controlling and abusive.

Anger Management in downtown Vancouver Wa.
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17 Signs You're Codependent (AKA Addicted To Relationships)

Codependency is a misunderstood term that is severely overused. For those who are actually afflicted by this condition, it is not something to be taken lightly. It permeates your whole life and affects all your interactions with others.

17 Signs You're Codependent (AKA Addicted To Relationships)
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Stimulant Addiction and Abuse

Stimulants are a broad classification that includes many different substances. These drugs include common compounds such as caffeine and nicotine, illicit substances such as cocaine and meth, and prescription amphetamines such as Ritalin, Adderall, and Concerta. Stimulants work by increasing dopamine and norepinephrine in the brain, which triggers the brain"s reward system and the body"s cardiovascular system, respectively. The increase in these chemicals improves concentration and decreases fatigue, desirable effects for those with stress, narcolepsy, or treating attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This makes stimulants very popular and commonly abused, especially among young adults seeking to outperform their peers in academics, athletics, or in the workforce. While stimulants can provide beneficial short-term effects, long-term abuse of these drugs often has severe consequences such as cardiovascular damage and a risk of addiction.

Stimulant Addiction and Abuse