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Oct 15, 2020
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Racing thoughts, shortness of breath, as the room begins to feel smaller by the second and sheer panic is felt throughout your being. If you have ever experienced any of these symptoms you are familiar with anxiety. While it can feel paralyzing at the moment, here are 3 methods you can use to ward off anxiety.
Oct 01, 2020
When you're struggling with depression, seeking help from a counselor or therapist can feel like swimming into uncharted territory. However, therapy can successfully lessen the impacts of depression and help you see things in a new light. Read more for four ways depression counseling can improve your life, one step at a time.
Sep 24, 2020
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Do you think you may be suffering from PTSD? Find out if any of the symptoms in this article feel familiar to you. PTSD therapy can help you take back your life. People with PTSD are immersed in the memories of their traumatic experiences. PTSD patrons require a safe-haven to discuss their story. PTSD therapy can expose the triggers that conjure symptoms and provide ways to subdue them.
Depression rears its ugly face in many different ways. It does not discriminate and spans several age groups, races and ethnicities, socio-economic statuses, and family situations. It can look different for different people, but talk therapy can be helpful for anyone who suffers from depression. Read more for a few of the ways depression can be managed by counseling.
If you've been through some challenging times as a couple, it can be helpful to work things out in counseling. One of the activities counselors may suggest is rekindling your relationship by returning to things you liked to do together in the first stages of your relationship. Whether it's hiking or just sitting on a deck, return to your initial stages of being a couple. Revisit what first attracted you to each other.
Sep 03, 2020
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Over 40 million Americans suffer from some degree of anxiety, making these disorders the most common mental illness in the United States. Anxiety can manifest itself in a number of ways; while some people feel crippled by constant panic attacks and an inability to enter into any social situation, others may experience a more general sense of stress and worry that underlies most (if not all) of their daily activities. Whether your anxiety leaves you feeling helpless and immobilized, or just annoyed, there are a few simple things you can do every day to alleviate some of the symptoms and help you reclaim your life.
Dealing with depression is hard. Maybe you've recently been diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder. Perhaps you don't have an official diagnosis, but life has you feeling down. Whatever the reason, getting one on one therapy from a licensed professional can help.
People can be very complex creatures full of feelings and emotions that tend to change from time to time. Love is a topic that has its own complexities as well. When complex creatures are mixed with the complexities of love, there are bound to be some difficulties that arise. It happens to the best of couples, but it doesn't have to be torture to make it through these difficult times. Couples counseling could be the key to get you through these rough pastures together.
Aug 13, 2020
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Many people seem to believe that only veterans of war can suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder due to the traumatic nature of battle, but this simply isn't true. War is not the only traumatic experience a person can have. Trauma can be experienced by anyone of any age, though not everyone will suffer from PTSD from said trauma.
Many couples could do with couples counseling, but it's not something that they consider going in for. This might be because they don't want to share what's going on in their marriage/relationship with a third person. Maybe they feel embarrassed about the way things are going. Or maybe there's still a lot of residual anger which prevents them from wanting to work things out. The fact is that the problems that many couples have are not serious enough to warrant a breakup. They can be solved through better communication which can be brought about through counseling.