Posts Tagged psychotherapy


Your Child’s Behavior may be Indicative of your Parenting Style

‘Did You Know” your child’s behavior may be indicative of your parenting style?  From the worst to the best parenting styles, choose the behavior outcomes indicated by your parenting style: Neglectful and uninvolved parenting may produce children who have aggressive behavior or conduct or attachment issues. Permissive parenting may yield children who lack persistence, and […]

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Effective Feedback can Solve Problems and Improve Communication

‘Did You Know’ giving and receiving effective feedback can help solve problems and improve the communication in your relationships?   The following points may guide and improve your feedback skills… Ask the receiver if you can offer helpful feedback. Give feedback when you think the receiver is ready to hear it and soon after the […]

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People Seek Their Own Level of Mental Health in Relationships

‘Did You Know’ people seek their own level of mental health in relationships? There are pathological reasons why couples are mismatched in relationships.  If an individual doesn’t recognize the need for emotional healing and get it, he or she will attract an individual who fits into or is accepting of that type of character dysfunction.  […]

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Your Thinking can Sabotage your Behaviors, Relationships and Success

‘Did You Know’ your thinking can sabotage your behaviors, relationships, success, and the outcome of your life? Most people base their decisions on their feelings and/or their thoughts.  When their feelings and thoughts are distorted, they cope and reason with life based on irrational thinking, such as the following: Black or white thinking; extremes in […]

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The Most Common Four Reasons for Anger Underneath Most People’s Frustration

‘Did you Know’ the following four reasons for anger are underneath most people’s frustration, anger, and irritability? 1. When you think your needs are not being met… While our individual requirements for basic essential needs may differ, most include shelter, food, water, safety, trusting our environment, privacy, freedom, employment, medical care, communication, friendship and love. […]

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Mental Health Tidbits

‘Did You Know’ these ‘Mental Health Tidbits’? 1. ADD/ADHD children and adults are much more likely to wet their beds… why?   They usually sleep deeply and don’t easily awaken to the body’s urge to urinate. 2. The experience of ‘déjà  vu’ is feeling like you experienced something before when you know that you really did […]

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Alcoholism is Considered a Progressive Disease

‘Did You Know’ alcoholism is called a ‘progressive disease’ for a very specific reason?  If alcoholism is left untreated, it will eventually physically kill the alcoholic.   Approximately one out of every thirty alcoholics dies sober!   Alcohol is the cause of 60% of auto accidents.  Fifty percent of beds in hospitals are taken because of drug […]

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Love Addicted Relationships

‘Did You Know’ you may be in a ‘love addicted’ relationship, yet think it is a healthy functioning relationship?  What are the indications of a ‘love addicted’ relationship? You experience intense feelings of ‘need’ for the other person You experience intense ‘need’ for the relationship You closely track the other person’s activities and whereabouts You […]

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Your Addiction has a Price

‘Did You Know’ your addiction has a price you are paying for it and a cost of having it? The price of your addiction can be easily calculated.  If you spend $50 a week for alcohol, nicotine, or another addiction, you have spent $2,600 a year for your addiction; $26,000 for 10 years of your […]

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Managing your Time Constructively can Help Reduce your Stress

‘Did You Know’ managing your time constructively can help reduce your stress while you reach your goals? Stress, and emotional and physical exhaustion can be the result of in- completions; emotional baggage; intense work; boredom; poor relationship boundaries; lack of self-esteem; saying ‘yes’ when you wish you would have said ‘no’; maintaining unreasonable expectations of […]

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