We’ve all experienced days where it appears nothing is going well at all. We start making an inventory in our minds of everything that went wrong in our day to share our story of woes with a family member or friend.
But, when we are find ourselves struggling with more daunting problems then this predisposition to dwell on our difficulties and disappointments can overwhelm us to the point of despair.
in article by Allison Ricciardi, LMHC
on how to avoid the mistake of dwelling on our troubles so we can focus on finding possible solutions.
Allison is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in practice since 1990. Allison has specialized in treating emotional disorders in individuals, couples and families and uses and trains clinicians in the Baars/Terruwe method.
Allison is also the Founder and President of www.CatholicTherapists.com
, a nationwide network of dedicated Catholic therapists.
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