Crafting is a source of therapy & happiness.

How crafts help ease the pain for Cancer Patients

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The National Coalition of Creative Arts Therapies Association has found that creative arts can mean the difference between pain & comfort. 

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Crafting helps to improve the lives and spirits of Senior Citizens

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Crafting lessons the likelihood of developing dementia later in life because it helps to keep the mind active. 

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Crafting helps with depression & anxiety

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Art therapy is a form of emotional support for people dealing with difficult & challenging issues. 

Art therapy is used by people with depression, anxiety, addiction, people with chronic limiting illnesses including cancer, people with disabilities, people with relationship problems, eating disorders, learning disabilities and in senior citizen homes.

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Crafting is proven to increase your happiness.

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Crafting is considered a non-medical way of stimulating dopamine, which ultimately makes you happy. 

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Art helps the growth development of children

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Crafting of any  kind helps your children coordinate their thoughts and motions which a key step  to development.  

Did you know that crafting actually impacts the brain's neural connections.  Brain development and psychological development involve continuous interactions between a child and the external environment which is why crafting in a social settings is so important. 

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