Understanding Masculinity and Emotions – Part One

In today’s blog, we are discussing how American society interprets emotions and masculinity together, and we’ll be providing some tools that can help you explore it more on your own as well. As part one in this series, it is important to begin by distinguishing the difference between masculinity and … Read More

Transition: Buying and Selling Real Estate

When we decide to buy or sell real estate, we can go through a wide range of emotions. If the decision to buy or sell is new, positive, and exciting, the decision might be made easier than a decision that is difficult, negative or a major transition. When buying and … Read More

Mindfulness

Do you regularly feel stressed and overwhelmed? Do you have a hard time living in the moment? Do you notice yourself going through life on auto-pilot? If so, it might be very helpful for you to learn more about mindfulness. Mindful defines mindfulness as “the basic human ability to be … Read More

Improve Your Sexual Intimacy By Hugging

Many loving couples have sex that has become routinely expressed by rigid transactions, propelled by anxieties that reflect the dynamics of their relationship. For example, if one partner typically withdraws to cope with emotional distress, they will exhibit those similar withdrawing behaviors in regard to sexual intimacy. Most partners are … Read More

Benefits of Psychological Testing

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Have you ever wanted to know a bit more information about your personality, IQ, or just why you have certain habits? Testing can be used for a plethora of reasons. Some people seek it for career guidance, interest in knowing what one’s IQ is, placement in certain classes at school, … Read More

Grief and Silence

For those who are experiencing deep grief- the kind that feels like your insides are being ripped out, and you have to struggle just to take the next breath- hearing a platitude can feel insulting. In our culture today, I don’t know think we are taught how to grieve. As … Read More

Trauma & EMDR- Part Seven

To revisit the previous blogs in this series, you can click here for Part 6, or here for all blogs in this series. When trauma goes unaddressed for extended periods, the initial signs and symptoms – which were outlined in the previous blog as “Primary Signs and Symptoms” – often grow in … Read More