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How to Deal with a Constantly Critical Partner

By | July 18th, 2019|couples therapy, relationship issues, stress|

How to Deal with a Constantly Critical Partner  The Constantly Critical Partner - a Mixture of Magnetism and Recoil How many times a day do you feel like escaping your constantly critical partner? Remember anticipating that nagging voice of your constantly critical partner on the way home, making you put your wall up before you get [...]

 Fear of Discovering Your True Self Leads to Obsessive Behaviors

By | June 25th, 2019|Anxiety therapy, Family of Origin Counseling, Individual Counseling|

Fear of discovering your true self is kept in check by obsessive - compulsive behaviors and thoughts. It creates a diversion with the false promise of making you feel in control and safe. But discovering your true self will come in the form of a crisis from within you, propelling you to honor your personal integrity and enjoy rather than hide from life.

Stress Eating, Being Overweight and Depression

By | May 19th, 2019|Anger Stress and Health, Depression Counseling, Fear and Panic, stress|

  Stress Eating, Being overweight and Depression Stress eating, depression and being overweight results in hopelessness, helplessness, and hiatus. Stress eating,  being overweight and depression  begin in childhood, alters your hormonal balance including insulin,   propelling you into a trifecta of depression, dis-empowerment and despair. Stress eating, being overweight and depression starts in childhood and continues into [...]

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Spouses With Depression Have a History of Childhood Trauma and Emotional Abuse

By | April 15th, 2019|Anxiety Treatment, Couples Counseling, Depression Counseling, Insecurity Counseling, Uncategorized|

Spouses with depression suffer intense marital problems due to a history of childhood trauma and emotional abuse Spouses with depression face insecure and rocky marital relations. When one spouse has depression, it’s hard for the non-depressed spouse to feel connected and alive in the relationship. But when both spouses are depressed, the stakes go through [...]

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Is a Need for Approval Killing Your Talents and Creative Energy?

By | March 21st, 2019|Anger Stress and Health, Anxiety Treatment|

Is a Need for Approval Killing Your Talents and Creative Energy? Do you have an overwhelming need for approval from family, friends and colleagues? Does a need for approval make you anxious when it’s unpredictable? Maybe you have panic attacks, or heartburn when you try hard and don’t succeed in getting your need for approval [...]

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Couple Text Messaging – Gains and Losses in Romantic Relationships

By | February 20th, 2019|Communication Issues, Couples Counseling|

Couple Text Messaging – Gains and Losses in Romantic Relationships Couple text messaging is an almost ubiquitous feature of most marriages and cohabiting arrangements. But what does it do to the couple’s emotional connection, and sense of partnership? Is couple text messaging an adequate substitute for face-to-face communication? Is couple text messaging better than talking [...]

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Personal Empowerment is Crucial for Comfortable Relationships

By | January 10th, 2019|Family Counseing, Individual Counseling, Insecurity Counseling, stress|

Personal Empowerment is Crucial for Comfortable Relationships Personal empowerment means you are in charge of your life; your choices, the outcomes and consequences. Without a well-developed sense of personal empowerment, you give other people power over you; allow them to make decisions for you and then get angry and resentful that your needs and feelings [...]

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Unrealistic Expectations Breed Self-Defeating Behaviors

By | November 29th, 2018|Family of Origin Counseling, Individual Counseling, Insecurity Counseling, relationship issues, stress|

Unrealistic Expectations Breed Self-Defeating Behaviors Unrealistic expectations may be your biggest enemy! Do you ever want something really badly, but then when it comes it sucks? It drops like a massive bomb of disappointment and lets you down. Either it isn’t the right way, or given with the wrong attitude, or not in the right [...]

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Self-Defeating Behaviors Lead to Depression

By | November 16th, 2018|Anger Stress and Health, Depression Counseling, Insecurity Counseling|

Self-Defeating Behaviors Lead to Depression The term ‘Self-Defeating behaviors’ sounds ridiculous doesn’t it? Why would anyone want to defeat themselves? What’s in it for someone to go against their interests? Who wants to feel like a failure by engaging in self-defeating behaviors? What could possibly be worth feeling sucked dry of energy, motivation and self-esteem [...]

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5 Tips For Dealing With Paranoia in a Relationship

By | October 6th, 2018|Anxiety Treatment, Insecurity Counseling, relationship issues|

5 Tips ForDealing with Paranoia in a Relationship   Dealing with Paranoia in a Relationship Do you ever think your partner is ‘paranoid?’  When your partner accuses you of something that feels so off the wall, do you silently wonder whether your partner is no longer in the real world? If so then dealing with [...]

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