The Top 10 Signs of Midlife Crisis

The Top 10 Signs of Midlife Crisis In an article I wrote about midlife crisis in men and male menopause, I talked about how the crisis in mid-life is mostly a psychological one. Of course, there are also very real physical...

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Anger Is Not Always What It Seems! – How Anger Management Therapy Gets to the Source of Your Anger

How Anger Management Therapy Gets to the Source of Your Anger Research in the field of psychology has been painting a more complete picture of anger. We typically understand anger as an expression of frustration or annoyance or a response to...

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Hijacked by Panic? Tips for Overcoming Overwhelm

Hijacked by Panic? Tips for Overcoming Overwhelm Do you know panic? Sometimes it comes in hot and harsh, takes over, knocks you back with fear or upset, and spooks you for a long time afterward. Sometimes it rises slowly, overwhelming you with...

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When Your Depression Feels More Angry Than Sad

When Your Depression Feels More Angry Than Sad Are you hot-headed, irritated, and generally affected by the myriad of annoyances that pop up on a daily basis? Has it been this way for a while? Are your relationships starting to...

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): What It Is and How to Treat It.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): What It Is and How to Treat It Have you ever had a thought that would not go away? Do you have a tendency to become preoccupied or to persistently dwell on things? Do you feel...

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Burnout: Prevention and Recovery

Burnout: Prevention and Recovery About every month or two one or more of my clients suffers from Burnout. Burnout is not technically a clinical term, but one that is used to describe a state of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion that...

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How to Be More Assertive: The Top 10 Tips

How to Be More Assertive: The Top 10 Tips Some folks see the world as being composed of basically 2 types of people: those who are aggressive or confrontational and those others who aren’t. Obviously, as in most things, there is...

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Unspecific Unhappiness or Coping With a Crisis: How Counseling Can Help

Unspecific Unhappiness or Coping With a Crisis: How Counseling Can Help What’s wrong? Are you just feeling generally unhappy and don’t know why? Have you reached a point where you remember being happy once, but you just don't have that spark now?...

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Overcoming Procrastination

Learning How to Overcome Procrastination Procrastination: To delay, put off or avoid doing something, especially something requiring immediate attention.   That is the dictionary definition. Many of us procrastinate to some degree. That is, we may find ourselves putting off certain tasks...

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Stress Management: 32 Proven Ways to Relieve Stress

Stress is inevitable. It can be either good or bad depending on what type it is and how we perceive it. For example, the stress an athlete might experience before an event can propel him to perform better. However, chronic stress,...

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