How To Stop Overeating and Manage Your Energy

Do you find yourself overeating or comfort eating to deal with your anxiety? Check out this article from Psych Central click here  

10 Steps to Managing Stress

10 Steps to Managing Stress Managing stress is becoming more and more important as we increasingly understand its detrimental effects on our health and well-being. Read on to discover 10 top steps to managing stress: Knowledge: to help reduce stress it is vital that you understand what stress is and how it affects your body. […]

Creating a Productive To-Do List

Simple Tips & Tweaks for Creating a Productive To-Do List   I love lists. And I make many of them. I make lists of my daily tasks. I make lists of the articles I need to write each month — both in a Word doc and in a separate notebook. I make lists in most […]

Immature Emotions

How to Distinguish between Mature and Immature Emotions By KOSJENKA MUK ~ 2 min read   Do you wonder sometimes why people act unreasonable and childish sometimes, often many times during a single day? Childish reactions are the cause of most conflicts and relationship issues. This known as age regression. Many people don’t recognize it […]

Your Inner Critic

A Surprising Way to Quiet Your Inner Critic By MARGARITA TARTAKOVSKY, M.S. Associate Editor ~ 4 min read   Self-criticism has many faces. It might be a subtle push toward producing better work, or it might be an aggressive or abusive assertion that you’re wrong, bad or seriously flawed, said Ali Miller, MFT, a therapist […]

How to Prevent Sex and Desire from Fading Away

How to Prevent Sex and Desire from Fading Away By GERTI SCHOEN, MA, LP    “Good lovers aren’t born, they’re made. You cultivate the erotic. It takes an active focus and intention to see your partner as an erotic person”. These are the words of Ester Perel, the new star in the world of sex […]

Self Hatred

3 Steps to Battle Self-Hatred By JENISE HARMON, MSW, LISW-S   Dear Reader, If I were to sneak inside your head, just for a moment, what would I hear? At your darkest moment, when you’re all alone with your thoughts and your thoughts are the things of chaos, when you can’t sleep, and you are […]

What is Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy By John M. Grohol, Psy.D.  Psychotherapy — also called talk therapy, therapy, or counseling — is a process focused on helping you heal and learn more constructive ways to deal with the problems or issues within your life. It can also be a supportive process when going through a difficult period or under increased […]

Mental Health and Debt

Image courtesy of Mental Health Foundation Debt can trigger or worsen mental health issues. There are many reasons why people fall into debt. If you experience mental ill-health, it can affect your personal finances. Debt is also a factor that can trigger things such asanxiety or depression. Much of debt-related anxiety can be due to a […]

May is Mental Health Month.

May Is Mental Health Month By Mary Giliberti, J.D., NAMI Executive Director NAMI works every day to raise awareness and educate the public about mental illness. The month of May is a time when we can join forces to make a bigger statement by observing Mental Health Month. Each year NAMI provides support, educates the […]