Tag Archives: marriage and family therapy

What’s the Best way to deal with Anxiety?

Anxiety is the most common human problem.  It appears as invasive negative thoughts, physical symptoms (stomache ache, headache, muscle tension), and intense emotions (fear).  It can range from slight worry to a  debilitating panic disorder, and it influences our behaviours by encouraging us to avoid places, things, people, conversations or emotions.  It keeps us from living […]

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Why am I upset about this? Finding perspective on problems…

Do you ever get upset about something and wonder whether it’s something you should be upset about, or something you should just get over?  Do you listen to your gut that might be telling you not to trust, or listen to your head that holds evidence contrary to the gut’s conclusion about the situation?  How […]

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