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Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown

Meghan Fritz is a psychotherapist at Sunpointe Health in State College.

Articles by Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown

Know Your Worth: How to Process Uncomfortable Feelings in Unprecedented Times
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Know Your Worth: How to Process Uncomfortable Feelings in Unprecedented Times
3 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
Here’s the deal. When we minimize and avoid our uncomfortable feelings, we end up even more uncomfortable. This manifests as impatience, adrenaline coursing through our veins, and strife in our homes. [Read More]
Know Your Worth: How to process uncomfortable feelings in unprecedented times   Know Your Worth: How to process uncomfortable feelings in unprecedented times
4 weeks ago - Town and gown
This morning. I woke up with a lump in my throat and tears in my eyes. Instead of holding it in, I just let the tears flow and found myself in the middle of a big old ugly cry. Let’s face it, this is SCARY! As parents, we want to put on a brave face and protect our children from seeing any [Read More]
Know Your Worth: The Comparison Trap
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Know Your Worth: The Comparison Trap
44 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
A few months ago, I read a quote on social media that immediately sparked attention in my spirit and has stayed with me ever since. “Comparison is the ultimate form of self-loathing.” [Read More]
Know Your Worth: The Comparison Trap Know Your Worth: The Comparison Trap
47 weeks ago - Town and gown
A few months ago, I read a quote on social media that immediately sparked attention in my spirit and has stayed with me ever since. “Comparison is the ultimate form of self-loathing.” In all of the self-help books I have read and in my personal and professional life, I have never heard [Read More]
Know Your Worth: Dating Dysfunction
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Know Your Worth: Dating Dysfunction
95 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
If you consistently experience drama and dysfunction in your relationships, the key to healing may not lie in changing your behavior. Rather, the key to unlocking dysfunctional behavior patterns lies in your childhood. [Read More]
Know Your Worth: Dating Dysfunction Know Your Worth: Dating Dysfunction
100 weeks ago - Town and gown
Your childhood experiences have an impact, and breaking the pattern begins with awareness [Read More]
Know Your Worth: A Father’s Praise and Attention Helps Loved Ones Bloom from the Inside Out
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Know Your Worth: A Father’s Praise and Attention Helps Loved Ones Bloom from the Inside Out
102 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
The role of the father (or a strong male model in a child’s life – stepdad, uncle, coach, mentor) is key in shaping a young person’s self-esteem and sense of identity in the world. Adults that grow up without a strong father figure in their lives are more likely to suffer from depression, anxi [Read More]
Know Your Worth: A father’s praise and attention helps loved ones bloom from the inside out   Know Your Worth: A father’s praise and attention helps loved ones bloom from the inside out
104 weeks ago - Town and gown
Our first introduction to what the world is like comes through our parents. We look to them for guidance, reassurance, modeling, and wisdom. In the first few months to years of our lives our parents comfort, teach, lead, and share their wisdom with us that will ideally give us the confidence and [Read More]
Know Your Worth: Take time to clear out the clutter in your life Know Your Worth: Take time to clear out the clutter in your life
117 weeks ago - Town and gown
As we celebrate the beginning of spring this month, many of us will begin the task of doing yard work, cleaning out flower beds, and preparing the soil for new growth. Likewise, we may go through our living spaces and clear out drawers and closets in the hopes of feeling more organized and prepared [Read More]
Living Well: Healing from the Inside Out Living Well: Healing from the Inside Out
134 weeks ago - Town and gown
The healing process is one that takes time, patience, and practice. Often when people go through a traumatic experience, they think that to heal they must review the details repeatedly until the feelings melt away. This can actually work against the healing process and cause you to stay trapped in [Read More]
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