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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: Breaking Up is Hard to Do Living Well: Breaking Up is Hard to Do
178 weeks ago - Town and gown
The dating world can be brutal. It can rip your self-esteem apart and cause you to always second-guess whether you are good enough or worthy of a healthy, loving relationship. One of the hardest things about putting yourself out there in the dating world is the risk of being dumped. While a breakup [Read More]
Living Well: The Role of a Father Living Well: The Role of a Father
197 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
A father is responsible for teaching us our identity in the world — who we are, what we are good at, and how we leave our fingerprint on the world. [Read More]
Living Well: The Role of a Father Living Well: The Role of a Father
200 weeks ago - Town and gown
On a recent trip to Denver to visit my brother and his family, I had the opportunity to spend time with my nieces who are 3 and 5 years old. We spent a lot of time at the playground and playing outside. What struck me in our time together was how important my brother’s approval and attention [Read More]
Living Well: The Power of Decluttering Your Life Living Well: The Power of Decluttering Your Life
205 weeks ago - Town and gown
How we keep our physical space says a great deal about how we handle and process our emotions. Just the simple act of taking some time to organize our space every day can lead to more energy, greater productivity during the day, clearer direct communication, and more opportunities for [Read More]
Living Well: Dealing with Difficult People
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Living Well: Dealing with Difficult People
212 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
Having a strategy to deal with these types of people is the key to keeping yourself healthy as well as keeping your energy level free of drama and chaos, says psychotherapist Meghan Fritz [Read More]
Living Well: Dealing with Difficult People Living Well: Dealing with Difficult People
213 weeks ago - Town and gown
We have all had the experience of dealing with difficult people. Whether it’s a parent, colleague, spouse, or friend, having to interact with a difficult person can be extremely challenging and exhausting. Having a strategy to deal with these types of people is the key to keeping yourself [Read More]
Living Well: The Transforming Power of Love Living Well: The Transforming Power of Love
217 weeks ago - Town and gown
A few weeks ago, a friend sent me a YouTube video of a 3-year-old girl standing on her bathroom sink first thing in the morning. She was shouting out with enthusiasm all of the things she loved. In a confident, clear voice she was saying, “I love my house, I love my toys, I love my sister, I [Read More]
Living Well: The Comparison Trap
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Living Well: The Comparison Trap
220 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Meghan Fritz, Town&Gown
As we start off the new year, many of us will make resolutions to lose weight, be more organized, exercise daily, and eat more vegetables. While these are all wonderful intentions, perhaps the best intention we can set for the new year is to truly love and accept ourselves once and for all. [Read More]
Living Well: The Comparison Trap Living Well: The Comparison Trap
221 weeks ago - Town and gown
As we start off the new year, many of us will make resolutions to lose weight, be more organized, exercise daily, and eat more vegetables. While these are all wonderful intentions, perhaps the best intention we can set for the new year is to truly love and accept ourselves once and for all. Imagine [Read More]
Living Well: Creating Healthy Boundaries during the Holidays Living Well: Creating Healthy Boundaries during the Holidays
226 weeks ago - Town and gown
The holiday season is fast approaching, and while it can be a magical time of the year, for some, the holidays are a trigger for stress, exhaustion, anxiety, and depression.  Learning to set boundaries and have a strategy in place to get through the holidays is the key to keeping yourself [Read More]
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