It seems like most of us have been there. You meet someone and start dating. Things seem to be going really well. You’re excited and every day holds new possibilities. Then suddenly, inexplicably, they disappear.
Not infrequently in the initial stages of therapy, individuals comment that they are overly codependent.
Things happen that we’re not necessarily responsible for and yet can be affected by deeply. Allison Ricciardi examines when things are not your fault.
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Lent is in full swing, a time for penance, almsgiving and fasting, but it occurs to me in this fast paced and chaotic world we’re living in that a more appropriate “fast” could be to go “slow”.
Have you ever felt sad and happy at the same time? It’s an odd feeling trying to reconcile two opposite emotions.
No, it’s not listed in the DSM but symptoms of this disorder is appearing often in the offices of many Catholic therapists like myself and also among many of our personal acquaintances.
Allison Ricciardi provides encouragement and actionable steps for those experiencing despair and how to find their way out of the darkness.
Seek a Catholic therapist who is a qualified clinician and a person of prayer who will weigh in many factors when making a good diagnosis.
If you or someone you know has been affected by someone else’s abortion there’s help for you. Seek out a Catholic therapist to begin your healing process.