Divorce Depression: What it is and How it Can be Alleviated
People should have an understanding of what to do if they find themselves dealing with divorce depression.
Dealing with the Daily Anxiety of Divorce
There's no way to sugarcoat it; going through a divorce causes anxiety.
Easing the Stress and Anxiety of Caretaking
When a loved one begins to experience a debilitating illness, the situation can be devastating for the entire family.
Managing Your Anxiety About the War in Ukraine
The current war in Ukraine has many of us on edge, especially for those of us who are already struggling with anxiety.
The Time is Now for Couples Therapy
If things could be better between you and your partner, don't wait until a breaking point; now is a good time to consider couples therapy.
3 Calming Routines When Overwhelmed By Your To-Do List
Our to-do list often seems never-ending; this is common, and no one should ever feel ashamed for admitting that they are overwhelmed.
Why You Should Not Postpone Grief Counseling
Going to grief therapy feels like being on a life raft headed back to shore after leaving a sinking ship.
What to Expect During Your First Grief Counseling Session
Most people dealing with the loss of a loved one or divorce would benefit from grief counseling.
Take the Time to Focus on Wellness
People deal with the anxiety of COVID-19 in many ways; it is important to focus on your well-being.
How Writing Can Reduce Stress and Uncertainty
During this unchartered era, what you need is a concrete way to reduce stress so you can get through each day focused, happy, and healthy.
Are You Feeling Anxiety About Your Relationship?
You enjoy nurturing the bond with your partner and want to feel loved in return. However if problems arise, this bond can become a source of stress and anxiety.
From a Lonely Lane of Loss to Your Garden of Gain
Of the many events which we experienced in life, loss and its accompanying grief is often the most difficult to process and resolve.
How Anxiety Impacts Mental Health and Job Performance
When your emotional state is fragile, your performance at work suffers.
Coronavirus: Keeping the Peace While Working from Home
Since March 2020, social distancing means many adults will be telecommuting while trying to maintain a peaceful home life.
Don't Delay Dealing with Loss and Grief
Losing a loved one is very difficult, especially when its unexpected and throws your whole life into chaos.
Reasons to Consider Couples Therapy
If you recognize that there is trouble in your relationship, then you and your partner must both commit to changing your behavior.
Anxiety Therapy Can Restore Your Emotional Balance
Emotional balance allows you to feel strong in spirit and maintain a sharp mind.
Why Do People Suddenly Need Couples Therapy?
If relationship challenge are normal as we age, then a sudden change in behavior or the need for space could manifest at any time.
Ways to Find Meaning in Grief
Sometimes the rituals around mourning mystify the process and fail to acknowledge that mourning involves the loss of something profound.
Setting Goals to Deal with Anxiety
Having goals is the first step towards creating a change.
Strategies to Manage Loss and Grief
Everyone experiences grief differently.
When Fear Takes Over
Only when you can master your emotions will you feel in control.
How Self-Esteem Can Affect Relationships
Many relationships never blossom because of low self-esteem.
Changing Peception to Manage Anxiety
Perceive yourself as capable of controlling anxiety.
Managing Anxiety with Positive Surroundings
People are more likely to attempt new things if they've seen someone like them can do it.
How Busy Parents Can Maintain a Rewarding Relationship
Parenting can feel like a juggling act; it can be easy to let your relationship with your partner slip.
Reduce Anxiety by Limiting Negative Self Talk
Your inner voice can take the form of a critic that puts you down, makes you feel bad, or holds you back from having good experiences.
Dealing With Loss During the Winter
There are two aspects of the winter season that make it particularly challenging for people who have suffered the loss of a loved one.
The Connection Between Anxiety and Sleep
When you sleep better, you are going to be at your best and therefore more prepared to handle the effects of anxiety.
Understanding and Living with Cancer
Those in the advanced stages of cancer tend to experience a range of emotions.
Learning How to Forgive
Forgiveness certainly isn't easy. And because of that, it can be intimidating. So why go to all the effort?
Dealing with Social Anxiety in the New Year
Social anxiety may intensify during the winter as a result of spending more time inside away from social situations.
Coping with the Pain of Loss
The death of someone who makes a big difference in your life is a frequent cause of grief.
Dealing with Marital Issues in a Healthy Way
Marital issues can be some of the hardest trials a person can face.
Is There Healing from Anxiety and Panic Attacks? Yes!
If you are struggling with panic attacks or feelings of anxiety, there is hope for complete healing.
Finding Inner Peace
We often find it difficult to give ourselves a break from this world and simply live in the moment.
Dealing with Loss and Grief
While many have experienced a traumatic event, each person produces a different response.
6 Tips for Living with a Narcissistic Romantic Partner
Many narcissists are loving and giving by nature. They just don't have the empathy or social awareness to back it up.
How To Recognize an Emotionally Abusive Relationship
Take a moment and carefully consider the following red flags of an emotionally abusive relationship.
Learning to Live in the Moment
The strategy of living in the moment can help when dealing with stressful situations.
Mindfulness Meditation and How it Can Help
My goal is to provide practical ways to include mindfulness meditation into your everyday life.
Should You Publicly Share if You're in Therapy?
Although 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness in their lifetime, the decision to discuss it is a private matter.
Couples Therapy: Is it a Midlife Crisis or a Rough Patch?
Is the problem simply a stereotypical midlife crisis, including a sports car?
How to Use Humor to Build Bonds in Marriage
Humor can be an integral part of a solid marriage.
Overcoming Peer Pressure in Parenting
When other children's actions take precedence in your child's life, parenting can often become a struggle.
Teach Your Children Self-Confidence Through Confident Parenting
Parents are usually the defining factor in how their children view and respond to the world.
Healing from Damage Caused by Infidelity in Marriage
When infidelity occurs in a marriage, the consequences may bring many traumatic and difficult types of challenges.
How Much Time Together Do You and Your Partner Need?
Of all the reasons couples fight and grow distant, too much time spent together is a common cause of strife.
How to Maintain a Beautiful Relationship After the First Baby
The arrival of a baby is an amazing, exciting experience for any couple. It can also be a huge shock.
5 Ways to Start the New Year on a Positive Note
A New Year Means an Opportunity for a Fresh Outlook on Life
Coping with Holiday Grief
For Those Who Have Lost a Loved One, the Holidays can be a Time of Sadness
The Truth About Violent Video Games
There Has Been an Ongoing Debate About Violent Video Games Since 1976
Our Culture Of Violence and the Trauma Of Gun Violence
According to the CDC, 93 people are killed with guns on an average day in America.
Starting on the Right Foot - Couples Therapy for Newlyweds
Every shared life has its challenges and the skills you learn in couples therapy can help you overcome them together.
When Marriage is Great, Except for the Vicious Arguments
Couple's Therapy Doesn't Necessarily Mean Your Marriage is in Jeopardy. Even Happy Couples May Need Help in Just One Area.
Getting to Know Each Other Again with Couples Therapy
Overcoming the Phenomena of 'Growing Apart' is One of the Biggest Hurdles for a Long and Happy Marriage.
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Originally Posted in The Intelligencer on July 18th, 2017
If Tragedy Strikes, Grief Counseling Can Ease the Pain
People Deal with Severe Loss in Many Different Ways
Even Happy Marriages Can Benefit From Couples Therapy
Couples Therapy Can Help Happily Married People Better Understand One Another
Restoring Excitement in a Marriage
Marriage Can Be Hard, but It is Possible to Regain the Excitement You First Felt
Couples Therapy is Like Relationship Fitness
Pure Harmony and Civility May Not Be Enough for All Marriages.
Couples Therapy Can Bring Happiness Back to Marriage
Marriage can be Hard. Feelings of Isolation and Lost Connections can Oftentimes Be Solved with Couples Therapy
Eight Ways to Manage Stress While Traveling
With Summer Quickly Approaching, Here are 8 Ways to Reduce Stress on the Next Family Vacation
Eight Tips For People Dealing With Anxiety
At Some Point, Anxiety Will Be an Uninvited Disruption in Daily Life.
How to Cope When You Love a Narcissist
While a person often feels powerless when falling romantically for another person, emotions are ultimately controllable.
Dealing with Narcissistic Relationships in the Workplace
A Narcissistic Coworker Seeks Out to Bully Those They Perceive to be Weak
The Therapeutic Value of Walking
The stereotype of entering a therapist's office and lying on a couch may be a thing of the past.
How to Identify and Cope with Narcissistic Relationships
Both Men and Women Can Find Themselves in a Narcissistic Relationship; Here are Some Ways to Identify and Cope with the Situation
Grief Counseling Sheds Light on The Path of Loss
Losing a Loved One is a Traumatic Event. Dealing with Bereavement will Help Bring Happiness Back.
Walk and Talk Therapy is a Stroll Through the Park
Walk and Talk Therapy is a Way to Care for Both Our Emotional and Physical Well-Being.
Dealing with Loss During the Holidays
The pain of loss has no season, but for some, the holidays bring on a deeper level of grief.
Coping With Election Anxiety
Regardless of party affiliation, the 2016 election caused anxiety for many people.
Dealing with Anxiety in a Narcissistic Relationship
There are many co-dependent people dealing with the anxiety of narcissistic abuse.
Discussing Sexual Abuse Should Not Be Tabu
In today's society of open communication, there are few topics people are hesitant to discuss... except sexual abuse.
Tips for Dealing with Anxiety Without Medication
Anxiety medication can be useful, but there are other ways to handle anxiety.
Dealing With Social Anxiety in Today's Connected World
The Advent of Social Networking Connects Us More than Ever, but Oftentimes, it can Make You Feel Isolated.
Dealing With Anxiety: How to Let Go and Get Your Life Back
Anxiety is a serious mental illness that has grown all too common each passing year.
The Benefits of Walk and Talk Therapy
Walking During Therapy Sessions Helps Clear the Mind
Dealing with the Psychological Damage of Police Shootings
If you watch the news, the reports of police shootings can intensify anxiety for anyone who watches them.
Three Tips for Dealing with Anxiety
According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 18 percent of adults in the U.S. live with the effects of anxiety disorders.
Have You Suffered a Loss? Five Ways to Get Past the Pain
If you’ve lived even the smallest portion of your life, you have suffered a loss.
Five Tips to Help You Get Off the Anxiety Roller Coaster
Living with anxiety isn’t a straight and clear path.
Stress Management Tool: Mindful Meditation
Being stressed out is no picnic. You’re jumpy and distracted.
Overcoming Sexual Abuse: Take These Steps
Memories of sexual abuse can feel like a screen that separates you from all those around you.
The Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Effects of Anxiety
Stress is the hidden secret behind our most dangerous physical diseases.
7 Ways to Help Loved Ones Cope with Grief
As much as we'd like to protect the people we love from any sort of pain and loss, it’s a part of every life.
Find Peace From Anxiety
Anxiety is the most common mental illness in the country.