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Exercise is the cornerstone of any effective stress management program.

Get Moving With:

10,000 Steps Program

Relaxation Training Audios

by Julie Schultheis, LPC

Deep Breathing

Relaxation Exercise

00:00 / 15:09

Progressive Muscle Relaxation

Relaxation Exercise

00:00 / 07:18


Your best is going to change from moment to moment; it will be different when

you are healthy as opposed to sick. Under any circumstance, simply do your best,

and you will avoid self-judgment, self-abuse, and regret. Live to your standards regardless of the responses of others.

"Help me to do my best today..."


Decreasing the amount of time you isolate yourself and learning something new can often help with symptoms of depression and anxiety. Consider taking advantage of free classes at Georgia Universities if you are 62 or older:

If you are Georgia resident aged 62 or older, you may be eligible to enroll in any of the 35 colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia tuition free. Enrollment is limited by available space. Board of Regents Policy

For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at the college or university of your choice.

Mourning is the process of moving from fantasy to acceptance. Mourning is not easy to go through, but to avoid mourning is to be trapped in a fantasy that will never materialize.


Guidelines for Saving Paper:

Keep for One Month

*Credit card receipts

*Sales receipts for minor purchases

*Withdrawal and deposit slips. Toss after you've checked them against monthly statement

Keep for One Year

*Paycheck stubs/direct deposit receipts

*Monthly bank, credit card, brokerage, mutual fund, and retirement account statements

Keep for Six Years

*W-2 forms, 1099s, and other "guts" of your tax returns

*Year-end credit card statements, and broker & mutual fund summaries

Keep Indefinitely

*Tax returns

*Receipts for major purchases

*Real estate and residence records

*Wills and trusts

Keep in Safety Deposit Box

*Birth and death certificates

*Marriage licenses

*Insurance policies

Providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for those suffering with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and OCD symptoms in the Alpharetta, Atlanta, Roswell, Johns Creek, Milton, Cumming, Gainesville, Dulth, Dekalb and surrounding North Fulton County Georgia area.

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