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How Much Does Ozempic Cost Without Insurance?

Ozempic is an over-the-counter medicine that reduces blood glucose levels in people with type 2 diabetes. When you start using Ozempic for weight loss, it stimulates the release of insulin, which helps the body cells take in glucose and lower sugar levels. This drug helps people lose weight because it slows down the digestion of […]

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Ozempic relates to a class of medications called GLP 1 (glycogen-like peptide 1). It is a natural hormone that your body produces to maintain and lower the sugar levels in the blood. When you start using Ozempic for weight loss, it stimulates the release of insulin, which helps the body cells take in glucose and […]

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Which One Is Better: Mounjaro vs Ozempic | A Comprehensive Guide

If you’re looking forward to losing weight but feel like a healthy diet and exercise aren’t enough to achieve your goals, then you might be in need of some additional help. Mounjaro and ozempic are two popular drugs used to control weight and regulate blood sugar levels. Both of these drugs belong to the same […]

Why Conflict Can Be Good and How to Have a Healthy Argument – Accepting Therapy

By: Grace Gufler   Conflict is a word with many negative associations. In fact, many of us believe that conflict in any relationship (romantic or not) is representative of opposition and a warning of future friction. In other words, we maintain the belief that a successful relationship is one that is free of conflict and, […]

Suicide Awareness Month

Suicide Awareness Month By: Grace Gufler   September is suicide awareness month; a topic that is often avoided and treated as taboo. Suicide can be a terrifying and intimidating topic. I believe that one of the reasons suicides is treated as a taboo topic is due to a lack of understanding and education, which leads […]

5 Minute Self-Care Activities

5 Minute Self-Care Activities In my practice as a mental health therapist, I have found that people often struggle to practice self-care for several reasons. One of these, is the mindset that self-care is indulgent, unnecessary, selfish, a luxury and time consuming. For this reason, self-care is often the first thing to go on our […]

Ways to Improve Self-Esteem Through Positive Self-Talk

Ways to Improve Self-Esteem Through Positive Self-Talk By: Grace Gufler   A healthy and positive self-esteem is extremely difficult to nourish and sustain. Self-esteem is largely influenced by our self-talk. Self-talk is the inner voice that narrates your daily life. For many people, their self-talk largely focuses on statements of judgement, expressing shame, comparing yourself […]

White Fragility and What It Means as a Counselor

White Fragility and What It Means as a Counselor   Meeting with a client for the first time as a counselor-in-training is an exhilarating and terrifying experience; yet, a more impactful “first” for me as a White counselor was broaching the topic of race with my first client of color. To this day, I still […]