• Psychotherapy or talk therapy is best for the individual who wants to increase their compassion and self-esteem, overcome obstacles, make healthy decisions, and reach goals. Individual therapy facilitates self-growth and an increase in awareness. By taking an inventory in your past physical, [...]

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    What Is Self-Esteem? Self-esteem is your confidence in your worth, abilities, or perceived value. Healthy self-esteem is a precious psychological resource that correlates to good relationships, achievement, and satisfaction. Positive self-esteem can motivate you to navigate your life with an [...]

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    People would cease to exist without relationships.  The sense of self dissolves without relationships with others, and by contrast, people are created and sustained within their social situations.  Sometimes relationships are the primary reason a person enters psychotherapy, yet they are always an[...]

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    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is characterized by recurring unwanted and uncontrollable obsessions (ideas, thoughts, or sensations) and react with repetitive behaviors or compulsions. Obsessions can include excessive concerns for symmetry, contamination, harm, sex or other taboo thoughts. In [...]

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    Narcissistic personality disorder may appear as extreme confidence, because of an inflated sense of importance, a need for admiration, lack of empathy, and a sense of grandiosity. The cause may be genetic, neurobiological, and/or environmental. Under the mask of this extreme confidence is usually a [...]

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    Our family structure helps us develop relationship expectations, communication skills, life outlook, the way we show our love, coping skills, and many traits through conditioning. Chronic family conflict can negatively impact your physical, emotional, and mental health. Tension and ongoing conflict [...]

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    Depression is an extreme mood disorder that lasts over two weeks and in some cases, years. This can be onset by the birth of a child, transition into the winter months, or in combination with psychosis or bipolar disorder. It may cause intense symptoms that affect thinking, processing emotions, and [...]

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    Humans can utilize thought, emotion, or behavior to manage stressful experiences or change. Styles of coping can differ based on the significant life event and the person who is affected by it. Instrumental or problem-focused coping mechanisms will directly deal with the issue to reduce stress, [...]

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    Anger is the natural and healthy fight-or-flight response to a perceived threat or harm. It usual to feel anger if you’ve been wronged or mistreated. It can be overwhelming to feel as if you’re at the mercy of this unpredictable emotion. Feeling anger often, feeling angry to an extreme degree, [...]

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    Anxiety is the body and mind’s natural reaction to unfamiliar, stressful, or dangerous situations. Before a significant event, a healthy level of uneasiness or dread can help you remain aware and alert. Brain chemistry, personality, genetics, and conditioning can all affect the way you react to [...]

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