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The trauma of childhood abuse is an injury in a very real sense.
Are you facing challenges in your life that test your emotional stability? Maybe you're dealing with the loss of a loved one, divorce, indecision, or even a change in life toward a future that is uncertain.
Because we all have to and it isn’t easy for anyone. We face a new challenge every day. You may not even realize it while it's happening...
Whether you live with it or live with someone who has it, you may be well aware of the issues associated with something that affects around 1 percent of people. That’s around 3 million people in the United States!
It can be so much fun to share a good laugh. Actually, laughing can improve your overall health... It’s true!
...when it affects so many of us? It’s amazing that healthy mental health is essential to a happier way of life, yet, so many people are afraid to seek professional help when it comes to things so common such as...
I’m overwhelmed by the fact that we continue to tolerate behavior that leads to severe outcomes, even death. You have seen it on TV, heard about it on the news, read about it somewhere, or actually experienced it yourself.