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Posts by Adam Gragg

How to Stop Worrying & Get Out of Your Head

By on Apr 12, 2019 in Blog, Stress | 0 comments

With all I know about mental health, I still get stuck in worry. I’m often the most negative person I know. Here are three things you must do to get unstuck from your fears and anxieties. Watch the Video Below Funny Videos I’ve Watched Dozens of Times:Ultimate Dog TeaseJim Gaffigan – Camping, waking up, and baconThe Farting Old Man Returns!...

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How to Create a Positive & Productive Work Environment

By on Apr 7, 2019 in Relationships | 0 comments

Over the past 20 years as a therapist, trainer, and coach, I’ve helped over 1,000 families and over 250 companies thrive. There are similarities between the healthiest companies and families. Here are three traits they have in common. 1. They Foster Healthy Connection They consistently create opportunities for relationships to form and go deeper. Members spend...

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Stop Letting Fear Damage Your Life

By on Apr 2, 2019 in Blog, Healthy Thinking, Productivity, Relationships, Stress | 0 comments

What’s your biggest fear in life? Mine is probably rejection in its various forms. I want people to like me. Ironically, the more I try and be what other people want me to be, the more fear I have. My anxiety also grows the more I hide from situations where I can be rejected. When I follow my heart, ignore my head, and put myself out there, anxiety loses its...

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12 Dating & Marriage Building Activities

By on Mar 27, 2019 in Marriage, Relationships | 8 comments

If a healthy romantic relationship were easy, more people would have one. Whether you are in a dating relationship, engaged, or married, here are 12 activities that can take your relationship from average to extraordinary. #1: Schedule FunMake a list of 15 activities that you enjoy engaging in with your significant other. Make sure some of the activities cost little...

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Why You Should Deal With Your Past (Part 1)

By on Mar 25, 2019 in Blog, Healthy Thinking, Stress | 0 comments

I ask clients, usually during the first few sessions, to tell me any trauma they’ve experienced (e.g. abandonment, assault, abuse, accidents, death of a loved one, etc.). Anything they think could have negatively impacted them. Sometimes they share openly, sometimes they share with hesitation, and sometimes become defensive. When they open up, they nearly...

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