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How to Self Love

Valentine’s Day, anniversaries, birthdays: these holidays, for many folks, whether single or partnered, can be a major trigger around intimacy, heartbreak, self-love, and relationship trauma. Rather than engaging in romanticized conceptions of romance or cycles ...

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Does the Race of my Therapist Matter?

Does the race of my therapist matter? According to Maslow, safety is an innate need which humans will stop at nothing to attain. Physiological safety embodies food, water, warmth, rest and security. One rung above this, on Maslow’s hierarchy, is the need for psychological ...

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Depression Fatigue: Causes, Symptoms, & Solutions

There are significant links between depression and exhaustion. If you are living with depression, feeling too tired to do anything is probably a common occurrence. When you are depressed, your energy levels tend to decline, with symptoms such as sadness and emptiness ...

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Depression Motivation: A Brief Guide

Lack of motivation, when depressed, can be a terrible problem. As much as you want to feel motivated, you can’t seem to muster up any energy, making it almost impossible to get things done. The link between depression and low motivation is a common occurrence. As is ...

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Meet Attachment Theory!

Valentine’s Day is once again upon us, and for those who struggle with intimate relationships, it can be an unwelcome reminder of our limitations in love. Whether you are in a relationship, recovering from one that has just ended or looking for one, attachment theory ...

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Smooth Transition To The New Year!

Holidays are upon us, and it is a stressful time for some. As a mental health professional, I have gathered some resources I hope you can benefit from. Time for self-care! BE GOOD TO YOURSELF Show yourself compassion no matter what you went through this year, or are ...

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