Postpartum Depression

posted on October 19, 2023

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According to the American Psychological Association one of nine women will experience postpartum depression. What are the symptoms of Postpartum Depression?  Loss of emotions or no feeling of emotions Feeling empty Feeling sad most or all the time Feeling helpless or hopeless Crying a lot Having thoughts of hurting yourself or your baby Having…Read more

Living your best life in a Pandemic.

posted on February 9, 2021

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Are you living your best life? Just because there is a Pandemic does not mean you cannot live your best life! The reality is we are not promised tomorrow and there will always be a hill or mountain to climb. Yes, it can be scary right now but we can’t just live in our homes…Read more

Are you in a relationship with a Narcissist?

posted on August 24, 2020

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Do you have a close relationship with a Narcissist? If you do, the chances are, you are not feeling good about yourself or life in general. The Narcissist will suck the happiness and joy right out of you. This person may be your parent, your sibling, your very own child, a boss, or your significant…Read more

Therapy: What to expect in your first session

posted on June 8, 2020

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Are you not getting therapy because you do not know what to expect? Or have you been to therapy session and did not go back because it was not what you expected? Therapy is like making morning coffee now. It’s popular. Celebrities do it. Our friends do it. Our parents do it. So why not…Read more

The Psychology on why people vote and why people don’t vote.

posted on November 5, 2018

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Voting. It is that time of year again. Time to vote or not to vote! Voting brings so many emotions and an array of feelings to numerous American people. We love our country and most of us are quite thankful to live here. We have opinions on how our country should be lead and how…Read more

Confrontation or Communication?

posted on April 7, 2018

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I think you might have confrontation confused with communication…. Confrontation? Communication? I have noticed over the years working as a therapist that many people have confrontation confused with communication. I have heard “ I don’t like confrontation” or “ I don’t mind confrontation” 100s of times. Hmmmmm… why are we jumping over communication to confrontation?…Read more

Take a Mental Health Day or Week

posted on February 10, 2018

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Take a Mental Health Day or Week Mental Health Matters. I just got back in the states yesterday after taking a relaxing vacation I wanted to write this blog today while my thoughts on how important taking time for yourself is. This world we live in today is quick and full of constant information. We…Read more

How’s your New Year’s Resolutions going?

posted on January 25, 2018

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Are you keeping up with your Resolutions? So, you came up with your New Year’s resolutions. Again. And this time, you are determined to improve yourself in the honor of the New Year. To start fresh. Whether you made your New Year’s goal finding a decent job, quitting smoking, losing weight or having better relationships,…Read more

Why Therapy Should be on your New Year’s Resolution List

posted on December 24, 2017

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Therapy for New Year’s Resolution When making a New Year’s resolution, people usually stick to quitting smoking, losing weight, and eating healthier. However, if you need something that might make a bigger difference for your overall well-being, consider some New Year’s resolutions for mental health. How about making therapy a New Year’s resolution? Therapy is…Read more