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Articles - Emotional & Mental
Many people go through the annual tradition this time of year making “New Year’s resolutions.” It is a strange thing to think about the things you don’t like about yourself or your situation, and then set forth to try to change them. All in all, though, the idea behind making resolutions is really a good one! Recognizing areas for growth and doing something about them is both mature and healthy.
Trust is a key part of any relationship. Do you see certain things that cause you not to trust your partner? Or, do you have unresolved issues that prevent you from trusting others?
If your mood tumbles with the falling autumn leaves, you may suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD also known as the winter blues is characterized by episodes of depression in fall and winter which dissipate in the warmer, brighter spring and summer months.
When you’re going through a rough patch, do you find it hard to look on the bright side?
People who have experienced a critical incident event often demonstrate changes in behavior. The following suggestions reduce the probability of long-term stress reactions.
As parents or caregivers, you want to do everything you can to support your grieving child. Here are some suggestions for you and your family to help a child following the loss of a loved one: