Everybody has heard the term “retail therapy,” and most of the time, the term is intended to evoke a smile or a laugh. Sure, people receive a boost in their mood when they buy something they think they will enjoy. There is, however, nothing funny about a full-blown shopping addiction, and the sheer ease of … Read moreHow to Deal with Online Shopping Addiction
Coming to terms with admitting that you need help is the first big step, but you should understand that there are as many ways of getting that help as there are addictions. It’s easy to feel confused when faced with various types of therapy and places to get help, but the good news is that … Read moreOne-On-One: Personalized Addiction Recovery Just For You
What are Panic Attacks? Panic attacks are literally that, an attack of sudden panic. They can come out of nowhere and are quite scary when they do. There is usually a “trigger” that starts the attack, which can be rooted deep within the mind itself. A panic attack could even occur standing in line at the market. For more information … Read moreBring Peace to Panic Attacks With Three Simple Tips
If you’re seeking to get out of debt, you’ll need to change your mindset about money so that when you become debt-free, you won’t return to the habits that put you in debt in the first place. One way to do this is to obtain counseling and get to the root of why you made … Read moreHow to Change Your Mindset About Money While Paying Down Debt
When you’re dealing with depression, sometimes even the little things can seem daunting. Cleaning the house and other errands are simply out of the question when you’re fatigued and all your brain wants you to do is lay there and contemplate your existence. Sometimes, even brushing your hair can feel like burden. Focusing on the … Read more5 Little Things That Can Help You Manage Depression
Does your child struggle to write and complete math problems effectively? Are your child’s teachers concerned about your child’s bad grades in math and English? Have you tried to assist your child with homework and yet no progress is made? If you answered yes to these questions, then your child might have dysgraphia or dyscalculia. … Read moreWhat are Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia?
You’re sitting in your bathroom, staring at two pink lines. Your heart is racing, your mind jumps to all the people you need to tell, and you’re quickly propelled into a process of preparation for and excitement about this new member of your family. Later on, your joy is shattered when you realize that you’re … Read moreI Had a Devastating Miscarriage. Now What?
A marriage is a lifelong commitment to your significant other, but such an important committed relationship isn’t built overnight. While many couples are aware of the hard work required to maintain a happy and healthy marriage, they are at the same time reluctant to reach out and ask for help. Whether you are newlyweds or approaching … Read moreRemoving the Stigma of Marriage Counseling
What is group therapy? When thinking about group therapy, what first comes to mind? Do you think of movie adaptation’s depiction of AA circles, stating your name in front of a group of strangers and listing out slowly what brought you to that point? In truth group therapy looks different depending on what you’re focusing … Read moreCurious about Group Therapy?
As the holiday season comes to an end accompanied by rising COVID-19 statistics and troubling projections for the winter, many of us will find ourselves dealing with grief. Traditional funeral services featuring large groups of friends and family meeting during wakes, church services, and luncheons are, unfortunately, not currently allowed in many areas. Some families … Read moreUnique Ways to Grieve During the Pandemic