If you are in an ongoing relationship of any sort, whether it be with a parent, child, relative, friend, co-worker or significant other, it is likely that you have argued or fought with that person. In some cases, it may be an isolated incident or occurs rarely.


I have a bracelet I received from a local counseling agency that reads “don’t believe everything you think.”

I love it because it perfectly embodies a concept I help clients to understand and that is cognitive distortions. Let’s first talk about what cognitive distorti...


It’s often tough to decide when it’s time to make an appointment for a therapy session. You
may go back and forth in your head wondering if it’s something you can get through on your
own or if you may need professional help. There are a number of reasons why a person...

While some couples seem to get along better than others, even the best relationships aren’t free of issue. Among other hardships couples face, we all argue at times. Arguing with the person we love is painful and can cause lasting damage. Not only might we hear things...

The most recent version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM 5), the primary manual used for mental health diagnosis in the U.S., listed Gaming Disorder as a “condition warranting more clinical research and experience before it might be considered in the main...

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How to handle a breakup

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