As a caregiver and someone who is watching a loved one struggle with a mood disorder, finding your way around the world of “cures” and healing techniques can be confusing. Most people start with a trip to a therapist who can screen you and then recommend where to go for help. Typically, the standard treatment […]
Have you ever said to your partner, “I can’t do this anymore!”, and really meant it –“this time”. Or have you noticed s/he is coming home later and later after work, avoiding confrontation or refusing to address the issues in your relationship? These are normal situations in most relationships but heed the warnings so the […]
The Huffington Post article is a must read for guidance on relationship longevity. We should listen to our elders more! Relationships are hard work but being alone is not all it’s cracked up to be either, so take a look and see if even one of these ideas can improve your daily existence.
What to do if you feel anxious? If you are noticing that you avoid certain places and people, it could be a sign you are anxious. Below is a wonderful resource for adding coping skills to your personal strategy to deal with anxiety. And for the holidays, Linda Esposito has an audio designed to give […]
Recent statistics say that 19 million people suffer from chronic depression. 2 million of those are children. Chances are you know someone struggling with depression but you might not realize it. If you are like me, when someone I know struggles with a mood disorder I stay “away” thinking it’s “best to let them recover […]