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Introvert & Extrovert Sharing The Anxiety Of Shyness

Isolator, snob, introvert, stuck-up, or inhibited, words we’ve all heard before. These are some of the labels often used for people suffering from the same affliction: shyness. While shyness may be amusing in very young children, it can be devastating for adolescents and adults. Individuals who suffer from shyness tend to view other people as…

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Parents of Teens: Stop Pulling Out Your Hair!

4 Strategies to Start Implementing Today to Achieve Better Communication with Your Teen I get A LOT of calls from parents of adolescents who are confused, at the end of their rope and don’t know what else to try with their teens. Let’s get real. Being the parent of a teenager is H_A_R_D. Rest assured…

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Communication in Romantic Relationships

By Michelle Ingrosso M.S.Ed. Language is how we connect in our relationships and social lives.  We use it to seduce, argue, and to propose and confirm a marriage. Language is what allows us to interact with others, allows us to convey ideas, influence the mental states, and behavior of others. Within our romantic relationships, we…

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Managing Emotional Eating

By Daniela Romano L.M.H.C What is Emotional Eating? Emotional eating, which is also known as binge eating, corresponds to the tendency of overeating when not physically hungry in response to emotions such as sadness, stress, anxiety or boredom. According to the DSM- 5, binge eating disorder is associated with three or more of the following…

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Our Divorce and Our Children

By Ronit Horowitz Ph D, L.M.F.T Our children are the most sacred part of our lives. From the moment they are born, our lifelong mission becomes to protect them, guide them, and fill their lives with infinite joy. During a divorce, however, their joy is—at times—shattered …and their world is completely changed. Our mission, as…

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Counseling, Psychotherapy Gets Results!

By Alexia Touboul L.M.H.C       Detaching From the Stigma of Seeking Counseling: Why Asking for Help is Healthy and Totally Worth It   Today’s society has come a long way; in just a few decades, people have become more accepting and open-minded to difference, change, and progress. However, it seems like the concept…

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Want to Lower Your Anxiety?

By Coral Arvon, PhD, LMFT, LCSW Lower Your Anxiety: 6 STEPS TO CHANGE YOUR LIMITING BELIEFS   Talk in the third person, having a monologue with yourself. Talking about yourself out loud by name, can give you a psychological edge. It could help you perform better and be less anxious. Some people might think you’ve lost…

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Tips to Help Deal with Anger

By Jerome (Jerry) Miller L.M.F.T     Good News. It’s OK to be angry. Anger is simply another natural human emotion, which is neither good nor bad. SOURCES OF ANGER: For most of us, anger stems from hurt, frustration, disappointment or simply being ticked off at some person, place, thing or situation. The real problem…

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