We know that getting enough sleep, eating nutrient-rich foods, and participating in physical activities (that we actually enjoy) are all vital for our well-being.
Have you ever had a situation that goes something like this?: You meet someone and it feels like the stars align. This person is so into you and lavishes you with attention, romance and gifts.
When you’re binging on Ben and Jerry’s and obsessing about your ex, meeting someone new may be the last thing on your mind. But, dating can actually be a healthy coping skill to help ward off the depression and social isolation that comes with heartbreak, and curb harmful behaviors such as self-
Don’t let a stretch of unemployment scare you from applying for a job! If you follow our strategies and go into an interview with positivity, you’ll be back in the workforce and receiving a steady paycheck soon.
In my psychotherapy practice I see a lot of clients who are anxious, sad and frustrated in their relationships. Most often, the anxiety comes from a feeling of not being secure in their relationship.