A big source of stress for numerous people is from being overwhelmed by difficult emotions that are held in and not being dealt with effectively, such as anxiety, fear, anger, or sadness.
Do you remember the classic “No Soap, Radio” joke? It was very popular in my elementary school. It was basically a con job – a joke that made no sense and wasn’t funny. A group of kids would be in on it.
When I was younger, I had a timeshare with friends at the beach for nine years.
We are hopefully coming to a crossroad in how we address health care in America. The current conventional model of treating symptoms is woefully inadequate, and problematic.
I’m often asked this question by both Catholics and non-Catholics.
When difficult things happen in our lives it’s understandable and important to both our emotional and physical health that we seek out either professional counseling intervention or someone to just vent our feelings to help us sort them out.
This phrase frequently comes up during the course of counseling. Many have emotional wounds from past and even current relationships that continue to cause pain thus hindering advancement to fuller productive lives.
Psychiatrists Dr. Anna Terruwe and Dr. Conrad Baars defined Emotional Deprivation Disorder as a syndrome which results from a lack of authentic affirmation and emotional support in childhood.
Allison Ricciardi, LMHC examines the connection between sadness and depression. Is there a difference?
I am going to give you the key to personal happiness.