Category Archives: Therapy

Journaling Proven to Boost Self Esteem.

Journaling Proven to Boost Self Esteem. Could that be true? Journaling records go back all the way to 10thcentury Japan. Successful people throughout history have kept journals. Presidents have maintained them for posterity; other famous figures for their own purposes. … Continue reading

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Online Therapy – Counseling for your convenience and your budget.

Online Therapy Counseling for your convenience and your budget.     
Online therapy is effective, convenient and affordable. Receive personal therapy via your phone, mobile device or computer by an experienced, caring therapist for $40 week. The first week is free, … Continue reading

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A Healing Experience: Individual Therapy For Adults

A Healing Experience: Individual Therapy For Adults – Why Not Now? Considerable research to supports the idea that early childhood experiences affect our functioning later in life. While we may not all agree with Freud’s insistence that the way a … Continue reading

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Are You Repeating the Same Mistakes Again and Again?

Are You Repeating the Same Mistakes Again and Again? Why does psychotherapy seem to help so much? Prospective clients probably ask themselves, “Is psychotherapy worth the investment of time and money?” Santayana’s famous quote is “Those who fail to learn … Continue reading

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Social Anxiety is Not Something to Make Fun of.

Important Note: This is a reprint of a story written by Mike Bates, April 18, 2013, 3 PM for the SB*Nation. The point of view is quite strong, and yet, maybe it will start a dialogue about persons struggling with … Continue reading

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The only danger is not moving forward.

BE NOT AFRAID OF GROWING SLOWLY, BE AFRAID ONLY OF STANDING STILL (Chinese Proverb). Not trying, not progressing in some fashion may be the greatest regret you ever have later on. Get support from a great therapist. It may change … Continue reading

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To love oneself…

“To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance”, by Oscar Wilde Easy to say. Easy statement to agree with. Hard to do. Here are a few things that may help the process to begin: Stop being so critical … Continue reading

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A year from now…

A year from now you may wish you had…started therapy. …started school, lost weight, gotten healthy, changed jobs, changed lovers, gotten a pet, started helping others, taken up a sport. You are going to be a year older anyway. What … Continue reading

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Habits

I read a great book about habits that may help a lot of people. It’s written in a very readable style by Charles Duhigg. No, he’s not a relative and I receive no benefit from plugging this interesting book.

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WHAT A LOVELY SURPRISE TO DISCOVER HOW UNLONELY BEING ALONE CAN BE.

“WHAT A LOVELY SURPRISE TO DISCOVER HOW UNLONELY BEING ALONE CAN BE.” I heard that Ellen Bursten said that after her divorce. It’s widely believed that to enjoy being alone and being able to enjoy your own company is a … Continue reading

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