Posts archive for December, 2015

a woman who appears to be sad sitting on a bench

The Power of Positivity During the End of the Year

It’s no secret that the end of the year can be stressful. This time of year always brings with it a myriad of emotions ranging from joy and excitement to depression. But why? Well as the end of the year draws nearer we often find ourselves faced with surmounting responsibilities. […]

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a woman looking stressed out with her hand on her head

Staying Mindful to Prevent End of Year Sadness

The holiday season can be one of the most stressful times of the year. In between all the holiday shopping, family planning, and decorating, many of us seldom find the time to stop and enjoy the cooler air or the smell of pine and baked goods. But those moments can […]

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a young man in therapy to learn about coping skills.

8 Things You Learn in Therapy About Coping Methods

We will all encounter stressful situations at some point in our lives, whether it be related to work, school, or our personal relationships – any therapist will tell you that. That being said, we all cope with stress differently, and the ways in which we learn to deal with these […]

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a very angry woman screaming at her latptop

3 Types of Anger and How to Manage It

Everyone gets angry. Anger tends to have a bad reputation, but in reality, it can be a healthy part of our emotional expression. After all, it’s better for us to reveal why we are angry rather than bottle it up where it can become explosive later. In fact, that’s part […]

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Understanding Personality Disorders

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, or NIMH, it is estimated that around 9.1% of the U.S. adult  population have been diagnosed with some kind of personality disorder within the past 12 months. This amounts to a total of approximately 29.3 million people. The exact rates of prevalence […]

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