Category Archives: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

How to Get Anything You Want

How to Get Anything You Want  Really? How do you get what you want?   First, you can’t expect other people to give it to you. It has to come from you. Here’s the secret: Keep uppermost in your mind … Continue reading

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Maladaptive Daydreaming Ruining Career/Relationships!

Is Maladaptive Daydreaming Ruining Your Career and Relationships! I had a client ask me today about Maladaptive Daydreaming, which caused me to realize that I’ve had questions about it coming up more often lately. Is it common?… seems to be … Continue reading

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Verbal Abuse Destroys

Verbal Abuse Destroys. It’s a Scorched Earth Approach. Want a divorce? Want out of a relationship? Unhappy with yourself, so you direct your anger at another? Want your most dependable employees to quit? Have your children hate you? Want to … Continue reading

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Pulling your hair out? Maybe it’s trichotillomania?

Pulling your hair out? Maybe it’s trichotillomania? It’s pronounced trick-o-till-o-mania. I’ve seen a number of clients who suffer from “Trich”. It is often a devastating, embarrassing condition. What is it? There are many manifestations but the most common are pulling … Continue reading

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How to Change Your Happiness and Health Quickly

How to Change Your Happiness and Your Health Today I once heard Deepak Chopra say (roughly paraphrased) that our cells are constantly eavesdropping on our moods and acting accordingly. We constantly create our own positive or negative thoughts that affect every … Continue reading

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Resiliency and Depression – Are they linked?

Well, are they? First let’s agree that not everyone who lacks healthy resiliency is depressed. In fact, considerable research indicates that up to 80% of depression sufferers have others in their families that have suffered from the effects of depression. … Continue reading

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