COVID-19 has added an additional layer of challenge on top of the on-going stressors we all face. Also, the coronavirus situation is having an extreme isolation effect together with the health and financial worries it brings. And, according to the experts, it’s going to take a while to control. Not...
A meltdown is a sudden loss of emotional control that is often expressed in the wrong way. We might be going through our day and a simple hiccup throws you off! You stub you toe or spilled your coffee and, a hulk-type reaction erupts.
Recently, there has been a proliferation of mental health care “Apps” (a software application that can be downloaded – installing an app on your mobile). These mental health care “Apps” promote 24/7 access through texting and also more economical access to a “therapist”.
First of all, I hope that you and your family are doing well and staying safe! I’m not going to repeat the vast amount of important information and guidelines provided by multiple sources related to staying safe, etc.
Now more than ever, with the threat of the Coronavirus, staying safe has become a priority for all of us. Guidelines include avoiding crowds or contact with high-risk situations and people. Unfortunately, this risk can apply to medical and psychology offices that usually attract multiple visitors interacting who are seeking...
Having a romantic relationship can be very fulfilling, rewarding, and enjoyable. However, getting there requires not only the initial chemistry and connection associated with the infatuation stage but ensuring that there are other factors are built, developed and nurtured throughout the relationship
Anxiety can be overwhelming! Either it being constant or if experiencing under certain circumstances. Anxiety is normally related to uncertainty, stress, or we can be genetically predisposed.
Any connotation of mental health is frequently perceived with stigmas that are usually based on ignorance. Whenever someone needs a “regular” medication (e.g. antibiotic, cholesterol medication, high blood pressure, etc.) there is no associated qualms or hesitation about it because they are medically required and it’s simply OK.
This transition of focus or sometimes called Mid Life Crisis is associated with other factors (e.g. losses, disappointments, setbacks, crises, successes, changes, sense of emptiness, etc.) sometimes brings about significant dissonance.
Summer brings the opportunity to spend extended time with family and friends. It is about travel, fun, and enjoyment.