How a Counselor Can Improve Your Situation

5 Ways To Cope With Depression

If you suffer from depression, do not feel alone. According to the Anxiety and Depression Society of America, 14.8 million American adults have this mental disease. Living with depression can make you feel hopeless, sad and even suicidal at times. However, it is possible to beat depression and live a normal life. Here are five […]

Taking A Closer Look At Loss Of Autonomy In A Marriage

About 41 percent of marriages do end in divorce, and as a couple, it is all too easy for the both of you to end up facing the same decision. One of the big ways you can help make sure you and your significant other do not end up looking for divorce attorneys is to […]

Successful Alcohol Detox: Important Dos And Don’ts

If you acknowledge that you have an issue with alcoholism or alcohol dependency, then you might consider trying to go through an alcohol detox, which involves abruptly ending your alcohol intake as a means of reducing your dependency and living a healthier lifestyle. Typically, it takes about 10 days to detox the body of alcohol, […]

Five Ways You Can Decrease Your Loneliness

Human beings are social creatures by nature. Everyone may feel lonely from time to time, but feeling perpetually lonely can actually decrease your life span. Figuring out the cause of your loneliness is a good starting place, but by having some go to methods of relieving your loneliness, you’ll find it doesn’t bother you as […]

Adopting A Baby: Criteria For New Parents

Adopting a newborn is a big responsibility, and many children and newborns are successfully adopted into stable, loving homes every year. If you and your spouse are interested in adoption, there are several steps that must be taken before you can take your new child home. Once you’ve chosen an adoption agency, you’ll most likely […]

What You Need To Know About Mental Illness In Children

When many people think of mental illness, they picture an adult. Although many adults suffer from mental illnesses, it is also quite common for children and teens to suffer as well. In fact, for many people the symptoms present themselves while the individual is young. Then as they age the illness becomes more pronounced and […]

How To Help Your Troubled Teenager

If your child is entering the teenage year and is showing symptoms of depression, there are things you can do to help. Here are some ideas that might inspire you to help your child. Increase Family Time – Even though your child’s attitude and actions may not show that he or she wants to be with […]

Christian Marriage Counseling and Financial Stewardship

One very important aspect of any successful Christian marriage counseling program is the topic of money and financial stewardship. Ultimately, how you and your fiancée handle money is very important to the long-term success and happiness of your impending marriage. Intentional Spending and the Importance of a Budget During your pre-marital counseling sessions, you and […]

Residential Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation For Chemical Dependency

The decision to seek treatment for chemical dependency is not always an easy one. However, once you have decided that it is time to get help, you have one more important decision to make. You have the option of opting for a residential and inpatient treatment or outpatient. Before deciding which is best for you, […]

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Worried You’re Grieving in an Unhealthy Way? Crying Isn’t the Only Reaction to Loss

Losing a loved one can make life joyless and difficult. When you feel as though your expression of grief or your feelings are wrong, the difficulty and pain you experience are only compounded. If you’re worried that your reaction to the death of a loved one is wrong in some way, you might be surprised […]

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