Behavioral Issues

Behind the Veil of Anger

2020-01-06T19:04:11-05:00July 16th, 2015|

One of the most difficult emotions to understand is anger. Mental health professionals know that, from an evolutionary perspective, this complex emotion is vital to survival. Even in the modern world, anger is an emotional tool in an arsenal designed to protect us from real [...]

Taking Control of Stress

2020-01-06T19:16:37-05:00March 12th, 2015|

If you are like most people, you probably spend a lot of time thinking about the things causing stress in your life –money problems, career problems, family problems, relationship problems and more. If you are like most people you also spend a lot of time [...]

True Resolve

2020-01-06T19:23:02-05:00January 22nd, 2015|

To be resolute means to be purposeful, determined, and unwavering in your intent and action. It implies commitment in the truest sense – dedicated and obligated. The phrase, “hell or high-water” comes to mind. In the course of our lives we often make commitments. Yet [...]

Comprehending Suicide

2020-01-06T19:26:52-05:00October 10th, 2014|

Many of life’s unexpected tragedies cause deep emotional and psychological pain. While many often raise seemingly unanswerable questions, virtually none create the wounds, doubts, and self-blame that suicide does. People die. We know that and in a way, we accept it. The death of a [...]

Mental Illness Myth Busters

2020-01-06T19:27:35-05:00October 10th, 2014|

Not all mental illness is serious mental illness (SMI). While over 10 million American adults suffer from serious, debilitating mental illnesses, roughly 4% of the population, a far greater number of individuals, nearly 1 in 4, suffer daily from thoughts, emotions and resulting behaviors, which [...]

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