Food is often a stand-in for love. People try to cope with loneliness and emotional hunger by eating.Read More
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Selfless and never-ending doing for others is not emotionally (and sometimes not physically) good for you, your self-esteem or your relationships. Healthy boundaries let you, and others, know what your limits are.Read More
The effects of childhood sexual abuse follow a survivor long into adulthood. Learn more in our Vitality newsletter.Read More
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is not just something that can happen to those who go to war.Read More
Therapy used to be seen as an admission of weakness. But times have changed. Seeking help with psychotherapy in coping with today’s life stresses, relationship problems, and family issues is a sign of good health.Read More
Wondering if there is trouble in a relationship because a couple spends time apart or socializes separately often stems from the myth that two lives should merge into one.Read More
What do stress, workaholism, relationships, and anger share?
Surprisingly, the common thread is found in our thoughts and beliefs about ourselves.
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