3 Self-Compassion Exercises to Boost Your Confidence

It’s easy to get overwhelmed by negative thought patterns. When those negative thoughts are directed at yourself, they feed your depression and anxiety. You may feel like your mood is spiraling out of control. To help get yourself back on track, practice some self-compassion exercises. Self-compassion is about being kinder to yourself. It takes practice, … Read more3 Self-Compassion Exercises to Boost Your Confidence

Re-Marrying: 3 Lies You Don’t Know You’re Telling Yourself

Divorce can play terrible mind games. They are the kind of games that we don’t even realize we’re playing in our own heads. These sneaky lies creep into our most vulnerable places and wage a war that we never even notice we are losing until it’s too late. Recognizing these lies is critical to living … Read moreRe-Marrying: 3 Lies You Don’t Know You’re Telling Yourself

Subtle Yet Pervasive Ways COVID-19 Increases Anxiety

The anxiety of contracting the Coronavirus has affected just about everyone. There are other subtle yet pervasive ways COVID-19 increases anxiety for both those who have anxiety disorders and those who do not. For those who have not been diagnosed with anxiety, it may be much more difficult to identify symptoms and triggers. Loss of … Read moreSubtle Yet Pervasive Ways COVID-19 Increases Anxiety

Ways to Overcome Burnout as a Stay at Home Mom

As a stay-at-home mom, you often wear many hats. You’re resolving conflicts between your kids, helping them with homework, cleaning the house, and maintaining your relationship with your partner. In the process of your daily tasks, burnout can happen.  You might feel depressed, insecure, angry, fearful, or even confused during this time.  One thing you … Read moreWays to Overcome Burnout as a Stay at Home Mom

Dads With Postpartum Depression – It’s More Common Than You Think

It’s common today to hear about mothers with postpartum depression, however, a recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics shows that fathers may be almost as likely to have depression during this time. Of the fathers who answered the screening 4.4% were positive for depression compared to the 5% of women … Read moreDads With Postpartum Depression – It’s More Common Than You Think

Get to the Root of Your Bad Financial Habits with Counseling

We often get counseling for childhood trauma, marital issues, or for our children’s problems when they arise.  But did you know that you can seek out counseling to help you overcome bad financial habits?  You don’t just wake up one day and decide to mismanage your finances.  This habit develops over a period of time, … Read moreGet to the Root of Your Bad Financial Habits with Counseling

It’s Never Too Late to Seek Help from an Addiction Counselor

There are many people out there who struggle with alcohol abuse, drug addiction and other addiction-related issues. If this is something that you’re going through, then you should definitely know that you are not alone. For many people who have addiction issues, it might feel as if things will never get better. You might have … Read moreIt’s Never Too Late to Seek Help from an Addiction Counselor

Why Counseling is Beneficial After a Bad Breakup

Some breakups are amicable while other breakups are more difficult to overcome due to the tough circumstances of a certain relationship.  If you experienced a bad breakup, then counseling might be a great option for you. Maybe you’ve seen a pattern of dating the wrong type of partner and you want to learn how to … Read moreWhy Counseling is Beneficial After a Bad Breakup