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How to Choose a Career Based on Your Personality

When you’re at a restaurant and have to choose a meal from the menu, how do you decide? Remember, the dish you order now will stay with you for the rest of the night. It’s a pressuring decision, isn’t it? Not to mention the exorbitant cost of dining outside. We encounter a similar situation when… Read More ›

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Advice for Women: Why Self-Care Isn’t Selfish?

As women, most of us have a hard time prioritizing ourselves. It’s almost ironic to think that while we want to make the world better for the people around us, we do nothing of the sort for ourselves. Motherhood and femininity are a continuous cycle of service to others with very little return. Sadly, this… Read More ›

Smart Guide: Top Ways How to Deal with Jealousy?

We all feel jealous sometimes. It is an emotion that we may experience now and then. It is common to feel insecure or jealous when in a romantic relationship, or when faced with the challenge of accepting someone better than you into your fold. Feeling jealous of someone is part of the human experience, but… Read More ›

Ultimate Guide: How to Recover From a Broken Relationship?

  Heartbreak is one of the worst feelings out there. An immeasurable amount of sonnets, play songs, and poems have been written over a broken relationship. Broken Heart Syndrome affects one in every 100 people who die of myocardial infarction, or heart failure. With such scary statistics, it is no wonder that people are always… Read More ›

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Why Do Women Have More Sleepless Nights?

There is no question that women generally get less sleep than men. They are raising young children and have significant hormone fluctuations making it harder to catch those necessary zzzz’s. In fact, the Society for Women’s Health Research found that women are 1.4 times more likely to report insomnia than men.  But, research shows there… Read More ›

Summertime is the best time…for teens to get therapy

Summer is approaching us and that means kids are out of school. It means more fun in the sun, sports, vacations, and a break from the chaos that is the school year. And, while it might not be at the top of your radar—it is the best time for your teen to get therapy.  Many… Read More ›

How to overcome commitment issues

If you are a person who is fearful of commitment, someone who enjoys being close to others but grows distant when the relationship becomes more emotionally involved, then you might struggle with attachment issues. Many commitment issues stem from past relationship experiences and/or our attachment to our parents or primary caregivers as children. It all… Read More ›

What to do when your family doesn’t believe in mental health

I hear the argument against counseling and mental health all the time. People say “my family doesn’t believe in mental health and say I don’t need to see a therapist.” They think it is “unnecessary,” or a “waste of time,” “useless,” etc. But, think about it this way — who do you talk to about… Read More ›

Sometimes We Are Not What Our Teen Needs

As a parent, I understand that “I know what my child needs” feeling. We are, after all, the ones who have been with them since they were born. We have changed their diapers, kissed their boo-boos, and held their hand every step of the way. So, when the time comes where you find out your… Read More ›