Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Fall is upon us, folks, and you know what that means! Soon, people will be carving pumpkins, picking apples, going on hay rides, and… experiencing seasonal affective disorder. That’s right, seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, most often begins in the fall and carries over through the winter months. SAD is a type of depression that... Continue Reading →

Inhale, Exhale, Repeat

Did you know you can: lower blood pressure, calm nerves, relax muscles, slow heart rate, strengthen muscles, improve digestion, increase awareness, relieve stress, and relieve pain doing one simple task? Did you know that this task can be done anywhere, anytime, and silently? So, what is this magical cure-all? BREATHING! That’s right, it’s something you... Continue Reading →

Common Couples Issues: Antidotes to The Four Horsemen

Common Couples Issues: Antidotes to The Four Horsemen A few weeks ago we reviewed Dr. John Gottman’s The Four Horsemen, which are faulty communication patterns common in relationships. If you’re recognizing these poor communication patterns and ready to combat them, it’s time to begin learning about their antidotes and how to apply them.  Let’s talk... Continue Reading →

Hard Time Adjusting?

There are times in life when we have problems adjusting to certain issues that arise in our lives. Sometimes situations become too much and we can’t cope with them properly and symptoms linger on for an extended amount of time as well as we start to develop symptoms that aren’t in line with our normal... Continue Reading →

My Friend Has Anxiety and Depression: Part 2

I recently interviewed a friend to talk about her experience with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and anxiety attacks. I’ve known her for a couple of years, and I have seen first-hand what her anxiety and depression have looked like, as well as sitting through a panic attack with her. We discussed some questions and answers... Continue Reading →

My Friend Has Anxiety and Depression: Part 1

I recently interviewed a friend to talk about her experience with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, and anxiety attacks. I’ve known her for a couple of years, and I have seen first-hand what her anxiety and depression have looked like, as well as sitting through a panic attack with her. We reviewed some questions and answers... Continue Reading →

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