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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

Living Well: Healing from the Inside Out Living Well: Healing from the Inside Out
139 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]
Perfectly Present Parenting
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Perfectly Present Parenting
145 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
It’s not uncommon when your teenager starts the junior high years for them to begin to talk about dating. How parents navigate this rite of passage into young adulthood sets the stage for helping your teen develop a solid self-worth and healthy dating habits. [Read More]
Living Well: Perfectly Present Parenting Living Well: Perfectly Present Parenting
148 weeks ago - Town and gown
It’s not uncommon when your teenager starts the junior high years for them to begin to talk about dating. How parents navigate this rite of passage into young adulthood sets the stage for helping your teen develop a solid self-worth and healthy dating habits. One of the most important things [Read More]
Living Well: Vacation Mentality Every Day
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Living Well: Vacation Mentality Every Day
153 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
Why is it that vacations leave us feeling rested and stress-free? Why do we have to wait two to six times a year to let go and unwind? The key to living a fulfilled, peaceful life is to learn how to live with a vacation mentality every day, even on Mondays. [Read More]
Living Well: Vacation Mentality Every Day Living Well: Vacation Mentality Every Day
157 weeks ago - Town and gown
Most people can’t wait for their summer vacations — long lazy days basking in the warm sun at the beach with no thoughts or cares in the world. Vacations become a time about renewal and relaxation, melting the stress of everyday life away. Often on vacation you may find that you sleep [Read More]
Living Well: The Power of a Father’s Blessing
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Living Well: The Power of a Father’s Blessing
159 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
As we celebrate Father’s Day, take the time to think about what kind of words were spoken over you, specifically by your father or strong male role model in your life. A father’s blessing has the power to launch us into success and give us the courage to take risks and try new things. Every chil [Read More]
Living Well: The Power of a Father’s Blessing Living Well: The Power of a Father’s Blessing
161 weeks ago - Town and gown
The words we speak over ourselves, our children, our health, finances and careers have the power to create blessings and health in every area of our lives.  The power of our words has the power to bring us healing, peace, encouragement and energy or dis-ease, anxiety, dread and exhaustion. As [Read More]
Living Well: Don't Waste Time on Mommy Shaming
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Living Well: Don't Waste Time on Mommy Shaming
164 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
You don’t have to be perfect and you certainly don’t have to know exactly what to do at every moment. Take a step back and don’t allow mommy peer pressure to get into your head. We all made it through high school; let’s not repeat the pattern of being good enough in the Mommy Club. [Read More]
Living Well: Mommy Shaming Living Well: Mommy Shaming
166 weeks ago - Town and gown
As a first-time mom to a 6-month-old I am humbled and elated to celebrate my first Mother’s Day. Nothing could have prepared me for the joy, unconditional love, exhaustion, and anxiety that comes with the experience of being a new parent. What has been helpful on this new journey is talking [Read More]
Living Well: Life after Adultery Living Well: Life after Adultery
172 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
One of the biggest reasons people seek counseling is to help them let go and forgive past hurts and offenses caused by the loved ones in their life. I often see people who have gone through adultery in their marriage, and while they want to heal the relationship and move forward, they find it hard t [Read More]
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