When Your Partner Stops Giving: The Silent Pain of Emotional Withholding October 23, 2017 by Thomas G. Fiffer The suffering caused by emotional withholding can be more excruciating than verbal or even physical abuse. How to recognize it—and what to do. Confession: I’ve been holding out on you. When I wrote The 7 Deadly Signs of a… Read More When Your Partner Stops Giving: The Silent Pain of Emotional Withholding by Thomas G. Fiffer
5 Ways To Make Your Spiritual Practices More Sustainable by Christine Dimmick March 17, 2019 — 13:48 PM Like many people on a spiritual journey, I meditate daily, practice yoga and reiki, and regularly cleanse my home with herbs. Over the years, I’ve amassed quite a collection of stones, jewelry, Palo Santo, and the like. But… Read More 5 Ways To Make Your Spiritual Practices More Sustainable By Christine Dimmick
The Dog Isn’t Sleeping: How To Talk With Children About Death March 4, 20197:00 AM ET Heard on Morning Edition By: CORY TURNER Death first visited me on a Thursday. I had a brown ‘n’ serve roll in my hand and a Vesuvius of buttered mashed potatoes on my plate. It was Thanksgiving and my 7th birthday, 1983. My… Read More The Dog Isn’t Sleeping: How To Talk With Children About Death by Cory Turner
4 Common Meditation Myths You Shouldn’t Fall For By consciousreminder Meditation is considered to be one of the best forms of healing. It alleviates anxiety and improves personal health. I am sure that you have been introduced to the idea of meditation by someone at some point in your life. There are people who attend yoga… Read More 4 Common Meditation Myths You Shouldn’t Fall For By consciousreminder
4 important self-care tips for cancer survivors that are often overlooked Brandpoint (BPT) Mar 15, 2019 (BPT) – Most of us have so many things on our to-do list that we often neglect our own personal needs. Self-care is necessary for everyone, but this is especially true for those affected by a life-altering disease like… Read More 4 important self-care tips for cancer survivors that are often overlooked BY Brandpoint (BPT) Mar 15, 2019
Why You Won’t Talk About Sexual Issues With Your Partner Finding the courage to push your relationship forward. Posted Oct 20, 2018 David Ludden Ph.D. Talking Apes Conflict is inevitable in relationships. You’d like to save more money for the future, but your partner would like the two of you to get more enjoyment out… Read More Why You Won’t Talk About Sexual Issues With Your Partner by David Ludden Ph.D.
Spring arrival no cure for depression, mental health expert warns By Lana Mini For MediaNews Group Mar 11, 2019 With the arrival of spring, many people look for sun and warmer weather to fight the winter blues, but it’s not a cure for individuals with major depression or other forms of serious mental illness. In… Read More Spring arrival no cure for depression, mental health expert warns By Lana Mini For MediaNews Group Mar 11, 2019
What Is My Duty to Warn? KRISTEN LAMBERT, J.D., M.S.W., L.I.C.S.W., , MOIRA WERTHEIMER, J.D., R.N., C.P.H.R.M. Published Online:11 Jan 2016https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.pn.2016.1b1 Laws governing mental health professionals’ “duty to warn” vary by state, but here are some general principles to guide you. Although psychiatrists are legally required to protect the confidentiality of mental health information disclosed by… Read More What Is My Duty to Warn? Lambert and Wertheimer Published Online: Jan 11th 2016
What is maintenance sex? It may help strengthen your marriage A decrease in sex frequency is expected (and normal) in long term relationships. Here’s why you should consider scheduling some time in the bedroom. Jan. 13, 2019, 9:36 AM EST By Wendy Rose Gould Think back to those hungry, lusty days in your early relationship. The… Read More What is maintenance sex? It may help strengthen your marriage By Wendy Rose Gould
Together but Still Lonely 3 ways to connect with the distant person next to you on the couch. Posted Jun 28, 2013 by Guy Winch Ph.D. Being married offers no protection from the dangers of loneliness: Studies indicate that roughly 20% of the general population suffers from chronic loneliness at any given time, and in one… Read More Together but Still Lonely by Guy Winch Ph.D.