1. NARCISSISTS: Why It’s All About Them

    The Narcissist:  We’ve all met one! They’re hard to miss because they generate powerful reactions in us.  They can anger us and make us feel we don’t exist. They can hurt us and make us feel our needs are not important.  They often turn us i…Read More

  2. Top Phobias Explained

    According to the National Institute of Mental Health, “an estimated 12.5% of U.S. adults experience specific phobia at some time in their lives.” If you suffer from an irrational fear or choose to avert certain situations based on preconceived fe…Read More

  3. Seeking Out Individual Therapy

    There are a number of reasons why an individual may decide to seek out individual therapy, however, choosing to do so can be incredibly difficult for some people. Whether there is still additional denial to work through, or the individual in question…Read More

  4. Signs of Substance Abuse and How To Seek Help

    If you or someone you love has ever experienced the undue effects of substance abuse, then you know just how damaging this can be to the individual suffering, as well as their friends and families. Unfortunately, many never willingly seek out help fo…Read More

  5. Learn About Personality Disorders

    Personality disorders can be incredibly debilitating for those that suffer from mental illness. This type of disorder can cause undue stress to both friends and family members and can be harmful to the individual’s interpersonal relationships. Howe…Read More

  6. Coping with Postpartum Depression

    After giving birth, many mothers experience am mental health condition known as postpartum depression. This can be incredibly debilitating, given the newfound responsibilities that come with being a mother, as well as the significant hormonal changes…Read More

  7. Is Anxiety Therapy Right for You?

    Anxiety is a common occurrence that plagues millions of Americans each year. In fact, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, “anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults in …Read More

  8. MARRIAGE IN CRISIS: Repairing Conflict

    All relationships have conflict; none is completely conflict-free.  The difference between successful and unsuccessful relationships is not necessarily in the degree or frequency of conflict.  The difference is in the repair: how the couple manages…Read More

  9. ARE YOU PRETENDING? False Self or Real Self?

    A false self develops to accommodate the unspoken needs of a parent who’s continued love and support are connected to the child’s ongoing accommodations.  A false self persists in the child long after the parent’s mandate is relevant and long …Read More