Have you ever questioned if you’re in a toxic relationship with your significant other, a friend, or a family member? Do you want insight on how to spot, exit, or heal from a toxic relationship? You can find out about all the above by watching our conversation with relationship expert, Meredith Prescott, LCPC. Don’t have… Continue reading Toxic Relationships: How to Spot Them, How to Exit & How to Heal
Children often look towards their parents to find truth and safety in the world. You have great power over your children’s self-esteem and mental health - and your words are no exception. Let’s take a look at some of the most damaging things parents say to children, and what can be said instead.
To me, one member of the household in therapy, is like only filling one car tire with air… All tires must be full and the axis aligned for the car to run smoothly. This is not just limited to parents, but includes siblings, too.
Photo by Katerina Holmes on Pexels.com A common concern brought to light in therapy is the tendency for clients to be too hard on themselves, to be too rigid with their expectations, or to fall prey to all or nothing thinking. These thoughts might sound like “It’s not good enough”, “This is not how I… Continue reading Redefining Success: Prioritizing Mental Health in Tumultuous Times
If you are not feeling good about your body know that you are not alone. Body dissatisfaction is so common that the research literature even refers to it as normative discontent, meaning it is normal not to feel good about your body. We are bombarded with messages that our body is not good enough. Think… Continue reading Body Image: Change Your Narrative