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  • 4 Tips For Surviving The Holidays If You're Going Through A Breakup
    The holidays are just around the corner, but not everyone will be full of joy this season. If you're facing a breakup, the holidays can feel like a unique form Read more
  • 4 Tips For Fighting The Winter Blahs
    As crunchy autumn leaves begin to give way to snow, ice, and seemingly endless darkness, it's natural to feel a little depressed. Some people even suffer from a type of Read more
  • How Gratitude Benefits Your Mental Health
    This week, we move into the month of Thanksgiving. From social media to television and magazines, you're sure to see lots of people expressing their gratitude for lots of things. Read more
  • 5 Things You Need To Know About Domestic Violence
    October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and many advocates are commenting on domestic violence issues using the hashtag #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth. If you'd like to join the conversation, or learn a bit Read more
  • The Shame Antidotes
    How do you react to shame when it surfaces in you? According to Brene Brown, an expert on shame and vulnerability, we usually react to shame in the following ways: We Read more
  • 5 Things You Need To Know About Psychiatric Medications
    If you're struggling with mental health issues, the right medication can mean the difference between chronic misery and relief. Below are five important facts about meds.Medication Works Best When Combined Read more
  • How To Set Goals In Therapy
    In the movies, therapy is a relationship that lasts forever and doesn't accomplish much. Instead, you just lie on the couch and endlessly talk about feelings—and maybe your mother. In Read more
  • Help Your Child With Back To School Anxiety
    As the fun of Labor Day fades into the recesses of all of our memories, most children have returned to school. It is normal for kids to experience some anxiety Read more
  • 5 Early Signs Of Abuse
    One in three women will be involved in an abusive relationship in her lifetime. It is important to understand the possible warning signs of abuse in order to keep yourself Read more
  • 5 Ways To Calm Your Anger
    We've all been there: another driver cuts you off, causing you to miss the green light and leaving you simmering in rage. The coffee shop barista makes your drink wrong, Read more
  • 5 Tips For Choosing A Therapist
    Research consistently shows that it's the quality of the relationship between the therapist and her client that matters most, not the specific treatment protocols the therapist uses. Your mental health Read more
  • How Exercise Improves Your Mental Health
    If you've heard it once, you've heard it a thousand times: you need to get off the couch and start exercising. The CDC recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate Read more
  • Coping With Depression
    Depression is a serious illness that affects a quarter of Americans at some point during their lives. It's not something you caused or deserved, and it's certainly not something you Read more
  • Is It Depression, Stress Or Something Else?
    Nearly seven percent of Americans struggle with depression every year. At first blush, depression can feel a lot like grief, stress, or just plain old sadness, causing sufferers to delay Read more
  • 5 Myths About Therapy
    When clients first set foot in my office, they're often surprised to find a practical, scientifically minded person. Likewise, they may be a bit skeptical of the benefits of therapy, Read more
  • 4 Signs Your Relationship Is In Trouble
    It's easy to convince yourself that, if you're not fighting, your relationship is fine. But oftentimes fighting is actually a good sign, because it suggests you're working through problems rather Read more

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