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How Couples Therapy Helps You Navigate Marital Conflict

But first, a side note Hi, this is Jessica! I've invited my local colleague Connor Moss to write a bit about how he helps couples deal with the conflicts that come up in their relationships. Couples therapy is a great service that I don't offer, so I want to make sure you have an excellent… Continue reading How Couples Therapy Helps You Navigate Marital Conflict

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Fear of Abandonment

The Abandonment Cycle Looks Like: You meet someone new and tell yourself not to get attached. So you avoid getting close and opening up. You end up getting so close you're deeply attached and invested. Then you get scared they'll see through you, realize you're not worth their time, and leave you. So you push… Continue reading Fear of Abandonment

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What Is The Best Therapy For BPD?

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder, you may be wondering what the best therapy for BPD is. You want help and you want to get a good result. You certainly don't want to waste money on therapy that isn't the best fit for you. Or maybe you've tried… Continue reading What Is The Best Therapy For BPD?

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Boundaries In “The Giving Tree”

Debates About The Book Most people who grew up in American schools read "The Giving Tree" as kids. If you're not familiar, it's about a tree who loves a boy so much that she gives him one of her apples when he's hungry and enjoys his play as he swings from her branches and climbs… Continue reading Boundaries In “The Giving Tree”

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Dementia Caregiving

A diagnosis of dementia in a parent can feel like the beginning of the end. Many caregivers describe the day of diagnosis as the day that they truly lost their parent. It's an isolating feeling, being with your parent while actively missing who they were. Dementia Caregiving Is Painful The changes in your parent highlight… Continue reading Dementia Caregiving

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Seeking Connection

Connection In Crisis We had a connection crisis long before social distancing and shelter in place. For years, sociologists noted that our reliance on digital media as a means of contacting and connecting with others was problematic. The most famous critique was the book Bowling Alone. But even then, most of us worked outside our… Continue reading Seeking Connection

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Building Resilience

We all know we should build resilience, but how? Learn three ways to build resilience before things go wrong and three ways to enhance resilience in a crisis.

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Curiosity and Defensiveness

Defensiveness is a natural response to feeling threatened, but it can be hard on relationships. A posture of curiosity allows you to empathize with the other person.

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Therapeutic Journaling

Keeping a journal can be very beneficial for your mental health, but not all journaling gives you the benefits you’re looking for. If you want to make the most out of your writing time, try these tips to make sure your journal is a therapeutic part of your day. Know your journaling focus Journaling for… Continue reading Therapeutic Journaling