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Depression Counseling: Understanding Your Depression

Depression is often a very overlooked topic by many. The fact that it is an illness is what is usually misunderstood. As stated by the NIMH, "[Depression] is a real illness. It is not a sign of a person's weakness or a character flaw. You can't 'snap out …

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Anxiety Counseling; You Are Not Alone

Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life and sometimes it can be helpful. Sometimes the anxiety comes when there isn’t any sort of external stimulus to cause it. And sometimes, anxiety can seriously interfere with your day to day life, to the point whe…

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Couples Counseling: Increase Your Chances of Success

The decision to enter couples counseling, is a positive one. It gives you hope in salvaging your relationship, it teaches you how to work together amicably and allows you to express your feelings in a safe environment.

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Anxiety Counseling: Understanding The Difference Between Worry and Anxiety

In today's society, the words "anxiety" and "worry" are often used in the same context. The terms are similar in definition, too. Dictionary.com defines worry as "a cause of uneasiness or anxiety" and anxiety as "distress or uneasiness of mind caused by f…

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Couples Counseling and Marriage

Most married couples attend marriage counseling as the last resort to the end of their union together. This misconception of marriage counseling is that counseling is only a tool to use to work out problems to save the marriage before a divorce. Counselor…

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