Tips For Dealing With Social Anxiety As A College Student
4 April 2016
If you are a college student who has social anxiety, you might feel deeply ripped off by your college experience. It might look nothing like the college experience that you see so often in the movies, with parties every night. Instead, you might find yourself spending more time alone in your dorm than you might prefer, with your grades suffering because you can't get past your social anxiety to go talk to professors for help with topics that you don't understand.
Ready To Give Up On Your Marriage Even Though You Love Your Spouse? What To Know
17 February 2016
If divorce is a word that is thrown around your household frequently and you fight with your spouse about everything from money to how you'll spend your weekends, you need to seek help. If you want to be with your spouse and you love them but you are tired of trying to make it work, there are some things that the two of you need to do. Here are a few options to smoothing out the bumps in your marriage.
Tips For Bonding With Your Adopted Infant
11 January 2016
Adopting a baby is a fantastic thing to do because it allows you to give a child that might have had a rough life a chance to have an easier life. It also allows you to bring a new person into your family so that you can share your love even further. However, if you are adopting a newborn baby, you might have some worries about bonding with him or her right away.
Anger Management And Domestic Abuse
17 December 2015
In cases of domestic abuse, the type of treatment typically consists of a battery program. While this is certainly commendable, it doesn't address the two root causes of the domestic abuse – anger and power. It is highly recommended that an anger management course be instituted in any type of domestic abuse counseling program.
How To Tell If It Is Anger Or Abuse?
Before beginning any type of intervention program, it is important to understand what actually constitutes abuse.