If you’re still feeling depressed after the holidays, you should reach out to a friendly psychotherapist like David Myers PHD
The future is necessarily unpredictable, so uncertainty is something all human beings come up against. That’s not a bad thing per se. Uncertainty stimulates planning and resilience, and forces us to adapt to changing conditions. The sum of all that is personal growth, which is always a good thing. However, sometimes uncertainty can be overpowering. Our planning and resilience may…
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Life becomes tough when one doesn’t see meaning in it. This is an issue that philosophers have grappled with for millennia: nihilism. Nihilism refers to many different beliefs, of which all aren’t hopeless or bad. However, here, nihilism refers to a belief that everything is meaningless or baseless. While people don’t commonly endorse the belief, they do feel it. A…
If you’ve ever felt two or more emotions, you’ve probably noticed how different things appear to you in different moods. By this, I don’t mean that you start experiencing completely different things relative to others. For instance, if you’re looking at a tennis ball, you’ll see a tennis ball regardless of how you feel (unless you’re hallucinating). However, there’s more…
Conflict in relationships is not only absolutely normal, but also healthy. However, you need to handle it with care to prevent the situation from getting out of hands. It’s often how you tackle conflict that sets the foundation for your relationship rather than the subject you’re arguing about.
Here are a few tips for managing conflict in your relationship.
Estimated 300 Million people around the globe have depression. In the USA alone, 5% of the people experience depression. For more information read infographic below:
Humans are social animals and at some point in a child’s life, parents are going to have to start teaching them to respect other’s feelings. Failing to do so can cause them to become an arrogant, rude and difficult person that no one wants to be around.
Babies and toddlers aren’t capable of grasping the concept of empathy but a few years down the line they’ll surprise you with how caring they can be.