When trauma is “the norm”: About CPTSD

When trauma is “the norm”: About CPTSD

Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, or CPTSD is not a formal mental health diagnosis, but this term describes a mental health ...
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Self-Care in the Time of Corona

Self-Care in the Time of Corona

Difficult Times As our nation and world around us is surrounded by news of the COVID 19 epidemic, it can ...
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When Grief and Spirituality Intersect

When Grief and Spirituality Intersect

In light of the recent global novel Coronavirus pandemic that spread and claimed the lives of hundreds of thousands of ...
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Fa-la-la-la-blah! Beating the Holiday Blues

Fa-la-la-la-blah! Beating the Holiday Blues

The holiday season taunts itself as “the most wonderous time of the year,” but is it really? For some, the ...
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Unlocking the Signs and Secrets to the Baby Blues

Unlocking the Signs and Secrets to the Baby Blues

A woman’s identity changes when she becomes a mother. She starts to become known as so-and-so’s mom. People want to ...
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Me, Myself, and I

Me, Myself, and I

The Self  The self is our sense of personal identity, it is a mental picture that we have of ourselves ...
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Person in silence and quiet

The Science of Quiet

The Method of Madness Imagine the days before the internet, before television, even before radio. Imagine a time when the ...
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Do You Talk Dirty to Yourself?

Do You Talk Dirty to Yourself?

If you find yourself guilty of engaging in harmful self-talk, do not fret, you are not alone. Many of us ...
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3 Solutions For Women Who Overthink Everything

3 Solutions For Women Who Overthink Everything

Women love to think and, sometimes, overthink. In the 1990’s and early 2000’s, Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Yale-educated expert psychologist studied mood, ...
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