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The Inner Critic
What Does It Say To You?

The inner critic is the voice inside your head that beats you up and puts you down.This part of you believes that you are not good enough, talented enough, attractive enough- the list goes on. This often sounds something like, “I should….” For example, “I should be a better friend”, “I should have thought of the right thing to say,” or “I should stop being so lazy."...

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Learn To Move On

5 Things You Should Do To Live Without Regrets
Let Go & Learn To Move On

Shouda, Coulda, Woulda’s got you down? Do you find yourself feeling anxious or depressed about mistakes from the past? Have you been living with a case of the regrets? One of the hardest skills to learn can be the art of letting go. When you feel anxiety or feel depressed about past mistakes, you cannot experience joy in the present moment. You are reliving moments that you no longer have control over, holding yourself hostage from moving forward with joy...

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mindfulness

5 Mindfulness Strategies You Can Start Using Now

Mindfulness has become a huge buzz-word in the mental health space over the past few years, but can it really help? Research suggests that mindfulness, or the non-judgmental awareness of the present moment, when practiced regularly, has lasting positive effects on our mental health. A variety of mindfulness practices exist. For example, you may take a mindful walk, practice seated meditation, breathing, or even yoga postures...

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Teen Anxiety

Parent Dealing With Teen Anxiety & How To Help

Parent dealing with teen anxiety and how to help. Parents of teens today see that teens are struggling today more than ever with different demands and pressures than they ever did. These demands and pressures are internal (i.e. low self-esteem) or external (i.e. school performance), causing anxiety or depression for teens...

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history

Great People in American History who Have had Mental Illnesses

Historians record that many great Americans have had mental illnesses. Yet, they did not let that stand in their way, but they chose to go on an accomplish new things. Reflecting on their lives gives you the chance to draw strength from them and through hard work in individual counseling in Orlando go on to build your own award-winning life...

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Relationship

Teach Your Spouse to do a Better Job of Loving You

If you seem to want more from your marriage than your spouse is offering, then it may be time to develop a new skillset. Improving certain skills through relationship counseling in Orlando may be the key to developing a stronger marriage...

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Life Transition

Life Transitions & How To Recognize Them

Life transitions happen normally in life. These transitions are often expected or planned on, however, might still leave a person feeling off balance. Anxiety, depression or sadness can hit when a person going through a change in life isn’t coping well. Age can be a factor for when life transitions might occur, but other life transitions might happen with less predictably...

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Anxiety

Dealing With Anxiety In Orlando

Anxiety symptoms can go from manageable to debilitating very quickly if they are not handled with the right care. Anxiety or stress management often goes overlooked until it is too late. The symptoms of anxiety can range from rapid heart rate, racing thoughts, mental fatigue, panic, dry mouth, confusion, irritability, to many others...

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Mental Health Therapist

Mental Health Therapist | Investing In You

Mental health therapist. What do they do and how can one help you? A mental health therapist can be one of the best investments you ever make in yourself. What makes mental health therapy an investment instead of an expense? That’s an easy answer. It is the returns. The returns happen in the same way the law of compounding numbers works with your 401K investment...

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Disturbed Woman

Women's Therapy

Are you a woman living in Orlando experiencing anxiety, life issues, emotional instability, financial pressure, grief, too much workload, premarital pressure, frustration or overall feeling of dissatisfaction with your life and relationship? Do you need help setting boundaries in your personal and emotional life? Did you suffer a trauma that keeps replaying over and over in your head?...

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Depression

Living with Depression in Orlando?

Depression has been defined as that constant feeling of been hopeless, sad, confused, lonely, always in pain, disturbed, disoriented or angry. It's classified as a mood disorder which causes a persistent feeling of sadness and the often-profound loss of interest in things that usually please you...

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Dealing with Mid-life Crisis

Dealing with Mid-life Crisis

Mid-life crisis is that transition of identity and self-confidence that can occur in middle-aged individuals between the ages of 45-64. The cause of this is usually brought about by events that highlight a person’s growing age, inevitable mortality, and possibly shortcoming of accomplishment in life...

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relationship

Before You Quit Your Relationship, Try to Fix It

It's the rare couple that doesn't run into a few bumps in the road. If you recognize ahead of time, though, what those relationship problems might be, you'll have a much better chance of getting past them.Even though every relationship has its ups and downs, successful couples have learned how to manage the bumps and keep their love life going...

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relationship

Relationship Therapy

Relationship Therapy. Does it really work? What are couples saying about relationship therapy in Orlando? Does counseling really help a broken marriage and can it save a failing relationship? Many a couple needing relationship therapy will go into it hoping that the relationship expert will become their referee. This way of thinking couldn’t be furthest from the truth....

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Therapy

Recognizing Your Emotions

Not many people pay attention to their emotions all the time. Some people are disconnected from their emotions so much that they find it hard to recognize how they are feeling at a particular time. Learning how to identify your feelings through individual counseling in Orlando can help you be in control of how you react to things, and this will maintain your relationship both romantically and friendships....

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Therapy

Do You Feel Your Partner is Cheating on You?

There is always the sweet and sour time in every relationship. The sweet time is a happy time - romantic candlelight dinner, morning jog at the park, watching a movie together to name a few. In a relationship, the sour moments come when suspicions start cooking up, and you begin to have that worrying feeling maybe or just maybe you are being cheated on...

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Marriage Therapy

Problems that Marriage Counselors can help you fix

Married couples seek counseling in Orlando for various reasons, and some problems are far too common in marriage which a lot of marriage counselors have witnessed. If you have been going through some problems in your marriage and you perhaps think counseling cannot help you, you would be surprised how many marriages counselors have helped get back on track...

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Marriage Therapy

5 Things You Should Never Do If You Catch A Cheating Partner

Cheating partners eventually get discovered which leads to a whirlwind of emotions. For every cheating partner, there is that revealing day and when one discovers they are being cheated one, the onus of staying or ending the relationship lies on them. Whatever option you choose, here are 4 things you should never do when you find out that your partner has been unfaithful...

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Marriage Therapy

Marriage Therapy

Marriage therapy can be a lifesaver for a marriage that is heading for divorce. A married couple seeking help for relationship issues has already determined their marriage is in trouble. The issues a couple is facing can be anything from poor communication, or lost connection to something more traumatic such as dealing with an affair in a marriage...

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Couple Counseling

Dealing With Intimacy Issues In Couple Counseling

In couples counseling, couples having intimacy issues often find that there are more deeply rooted problems that need to be addressed. For a couple that has lost connection with one another, it can be easy to put the blame on many things. A couple’s counselor takes inventory of what has been happening in the past...

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Moving On

Moving On After A Breakup

Perhaps one of the hardest relationships to navigate is that of an ex. In today’s world it can be nearly impossible to completely cut ties with someone you once loved. Even in the case of divorce, you can no longer expect that you will not have any contact with your ex...

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relationship

10 Common Myths about Long-Term Relationships

There are so many long-term relationships in the world today, and people have some misconceptions about the realities of a long-term relationship. A relationship is unpredictable, and anyone who expects that thing will go a certain way in a relationship needs to get a reality check by going for relationship counseling...

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Single Life

Adjusting to the Single Life

You just got out of a relationship. Your relationship make have lasted for a few months, years, engaged or even married. The feeling that comes with ending a relationship is a combination of different emotions which may include devastation, sadness, joy or relief. After the relationship, you still may have to remain friends with your ex because of children or having mutual friends...

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Self-care

Ways to stay healthy during the holidays

Now that we have gotten into December, we are officially in the holiday season! Hopefully, your Thanksgiving was great, and you have the intention to take advantage of the holidays to the fullest. The celebration of the holidays will continue well into January and this period can be a mix of fun, stressful, draining and exciting. To keep yourself healthy over the next few weeks, follow these tips...

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Relationship

How Actively Do You Listen to Others?

Imagine listening to someone talk about a topic and minutes into the conversation you realize that you haven’t been paying attention. Most of us must have experienced this before. Your mind might have wandered off, you got bored of what they were talking about, or you were not paying attention due to a lot of reasons...

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