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When Should I Change Counselors?

Do you feel like you haven’t been getting better in therapy? Have you been seeing your counselor for years and you’re still working on the same issues? Do you feel like your therapist always puts all the work of therapy on you? So how do you know when it is

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How Trauma Affects Trust

While many of us are lucky enough to escape major trauma in our lives, for others, trauma makes life difficult in ways we might not have imagined. Maybe you have experienced trauma; maybe in a small, seemingly insignificant way, or maybe in a very public, large scale circumstance. Either way,

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Help for Survivors of Childhood Abuse

Was your childhood more than just difficult? Verbal abuse (e.g., screamed at, belittled, insulted) Physical abuse (e.g., hit with objects, slapped, intimidated with violence) Sexual abuse (e.g., being touched sexually or inappropriately) Neglect (e.g., left alone for long periods of time, refusing to take care of injuries, ignoring health and

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25 Ways To Deal With Anxiety And Panic

We all have anxiety and worries but sometimes they hold us back from living life: traveling, starting relationships, making friends, getting out of house, having peace of mind. . . I took this picture during a trip to Hawaii with my wife. It was a breathtaking experience but if I

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BREATHING THAT HELPS PANIC AND ANXIETY

You’re having a panic attack. It feels like an elephant is sitting on your chest. You’re short of breath and gasping for air. You want to breathe as hard as you can but this is the worst thing you could do. That’s why you need a technique called diaphragmatic breathing.

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