Confessions Of A Working Mom

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Confessions Of A Working Mom (Therapy Makes Me Strong)

I believe that the Almighty created women to be the stronger sex. It’s not about the bicep muscles and the towering height in men that makes them powerful. Physical attributes – in this case, body strength – is not all that. I am a living proof that moms like me are more resilient, more powerful and indeed, much stronger. You know why? Because we are MOMS and MOMS not only work 8 hours a day. We take care of our kids (I have 5), tend the house and look “attractive and sexy” for our husbands, on top of working 8 hours on a serious career. I say, no man could surpass that and I’ll explain why.…

Different Types Of Therapy And Their Benefits

 

Therapy for Everyone

 

 

We often think of therapy as a treatment or a way for ‘mentally ill’ individuals to get well and recover. We hear of addicts going to addiction therapy to help them stop their addictions. We know of some friends who are undergoing therapy to help them deal with their past traumas. We encourage our parents and other relatives to visit a therapist after we have lost a loved one. We often relate therapy mostly with adults and mostly with depression, stress, and trauma.

 

However, it is vital to know that there are also other forms of therapy that are utilized by people who are simply confused or have lost direction in their lives. There is help for couples who are struggling to keep their relationship or marriage afloat and want to save it. There is actually therapy for everyone. This article discusses different types of therapy and their benefits for different types of individuals – young and old.…

The Importance Of Family Therapy

The Importance Of Family Therapy

No family is perfect. You may be rich and have a successful career – it doesn’t mean that your children are automatically happy that you’re always busy and not often around. It can be that you’re contented with your average income life, but the struggle is real and you can see your children lacking the things that they need. Life is truly hard and it gets harder when the family is always in conflict. The home is never peaceful which means that your life is not in harmony, as well.…

Therapies For Someone With PTSD

Introduction to PTSD

Luckily, for some people, when they encounter vehicular accidents, the death of someone special, or abuse, they are strong and resilient enough to overcome these traumatic events. Unfortunately, for some – especially those who have suffered from violence from combat or war – these individuals become overwhelmed and their lives are affected by their trauma forever.

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Sexual Addiction And Treatment

When you hear the phrase sexual addiction, there is a certain stigma attached to it. For those whose minds are closed and judgmental, they think that people with this problem are doing it on purpose. Yes, being intimate with your loved one is beautiful and physically satisfying, but this is not the case with sex addicts. Some experts say that it is a progressive intimacy disorder. Others associate it with OCD or obsessive-compulsive disorder. Either way, the point is that sexual addiction is a disorder, a sickness, an illness and at most times, the addicts cannot control it. It is, therefore, a mental health concern.…

Sibling Rivalry – How To Handle Your Kids

Explain the Concept of Sibling Rivalry.

“I have to be better than Joey. He gets all the attention every single time. Mom only sees him and he is such a daddy’s boy. I hate him so much.”

“Penny is always the pretty one. Penny is the bright one, the good one, the kind one – Penny is everything! I heard mom praise Penny to her friends. Why can’t I be like Penny!?”…

Low Self Esteem Can Lead To Depression

 

Self Esteem Defined

Simply put, self-esteem is a how a person ‘esteems’ himself, or how he regards himself. It is something that each one of us should place importance on because little do we know that when we put ourselves down or think of ourselves as ‘not good enough,’ it has a tremendous impact on how we live and we are going to achieve our dreams in life – or if we are going to ever achieve them.…

Raising Children with Personality Disorders

Nothing hurts more to parents than knowing that their child is having a difficult time, especially if their kids suffer from mental issues. So, for parents raising children with personality disorders, it’s like a never-ending maze scavenging for possible ways to cope. You always ask yourself if you are raising your child right, or even whether or not the treatment you’re providing for them is enough. But, if disorders are left untreated, it will haunt children as they move on to adulthood.

Promising Therapies For Personality Disorders

 

Introduction

A personality disorder is a mental health condition that is characterized by deep-rooted patterns of behavior that manifest during adolescence and persist into adulthood. The different behavioral patterns of individuals with PD are believed to be due to a family history of PD and traumatic events that have occurred during childhood, particularly physical and emotional abuse from others and from parents themselves. They have learned complicated personality disturbances that are difficult to treat.

Among the several types of personality disorders, the most problematic are those in Cluster B, namely: borderline, antisocial, narcissistic, and histrionic. However, therapies utilized for these personality disorders have been continually polished and improved and have shown promising outcomes on controlling their symptoms. There are other types that are more treatable than others, but here we will discuss the most common and effective therapies that have been utilized for Cluster B personality disorders.…