How to deal with Anger Issues Causes, Effects, and Solutions
IntroductionAnger is an often misunderstood emotion. People often consider anger to be a “bad” emotion, or one that is unnecessary. This belief, though, contributes to people having issues controlling their anger or using their anger for good. That is because it insists we suppress an emotion instead of accepting it and letting it go. Anger suppression
What is a sexless marriage and are you in one?
IntroductionNo couple imagines on the day they get married that someday they will stop having sex. Yet, 15 to 20 percent of all couples experience long periods of time where they are no longer sexually intimate. Read below for more information. If this is a situation you find yourself in, read below to learn more about
Postpartum Depression, how do you know if you have it?
IntroductionBringing a new child into the family can be a joyous experience. Yet, many mothers find themselves feeling depressed for a long time following the birth. This mental illness, called Postpartum Depression, must be understood by any expecting mother. Learn below about what Postpartum Depression (PPD) is, and how it affects mothers and their family
What is EMDR and how does it work?
What is EMDR and how does it work?Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR, is a highly effective, safe, and cost-effective method for people whom are looking for healing from a psychological trauma in their past. Considered by many to be a cutting-edge approach to treating mental health, EMDR is quickly revolutionizing how therapy is done.Table
What is an emotional affair and am I in one?
Emotional affairs are common, intense, and pose a significant threat to marriages and committed relationships.Learn more about what emotional cheating is, how to know if you or a loved one is being emotionally unfaithful, and how to address emotional affairs. Table of Contents(click on a question below to be directed quickly)What does it mean to be
Is it Normal to Think about Divorce?
Description: Yes, it is normal to think about divorce. If you or your partner have had thoughts of divorce but are not ready to leave the relationship it may be worth talking to a couples therapist to explore what is fueling these thoughts.Table of Contents(click on a question below to be directed quickly)Is it normal