CategoryDepression and Anxiety

Why We Breakdown Over A “Break-Up”


The end of a romantic relationship is a painful experience. It is common to experience a variety of feelings such as anger, hurt, sadness and fear during a break-up. It is common to cry, yell and obsess about what went wrong. It is common to fantasize about fixing things so the pain will stop. Indeed, for some people, the break-up is so traumatic that they experience exaggerated versions of these...

Resolving Conflicts From Childhood


Many people would like to believe that the past does not affect the present. It is more comfortable to forget it and “move on.” Yet if your past includes a traumatic set of events, then you are affected and sometimes even controlled by it, due to deep, psychological scars that may remain. Adults who were abused, neglected or otherwise mishandled as children almost always grow up to face problems...

Parents: Understanding And Healing With Your ACOA


for parents and families of adult children of alcoholics (ACOA) – helping families validate, come to terms with, and heal from a difficult past There are thousands of Adult Children of Alcoholics across the country who are in therapy, reading self-help books, and in 12 step programs coming to terms with their past. They are mainly in their late 20’s to early 40’s suffering from moderate to severe...


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