individual relationship therapy

Five Signs You Need Help with Depression

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 16 million adults in the United States have had a major episode of depression at least once in their life. The World Health Organization states that around the world, 350 million people suffer from depression. With such a massive section of the population suffering from a disorder, you’d think that more people would want to talk about depression and its many symptoms. Yet, with the certain stigma … Continue Reading

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6 Tips for Tackling First Date Anxiety

That long list of ‘what ifs’ can be quite intimidating when you’re about to go on your first date. What if your personalities don’t meet? What if they’re not well mannered? What if they stand you up? With so many questions buzzing around in your head, it’s natural for you to feel a little (read: a LOT) nervous before your first date. But when that nervousness evolves into full-blown anxiety, that’s when you should get … Continue Reading

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What Happens When the Honeymoon Phase is Over: Some Tips To Liven Up A New Beginning!

Male depression is often related to failure in relationships. Before looking into family or relationship counseling, there are a few things to bear in mind! Many of us relate the idea of love to something we saw in a Disney film. Exciting, consistently rich and thick confessions (often verbal) of love, dramatic (in the moment) sacrifice, fierce unconditional commitment, constant mutual support if not utter coddling, and of course, the perfect setting, i.e. just when … Continue Reading


Family Therapy: What’s It’s All About

Counseling and therapy is something that has grown in popularity in recent years, mainly because more and more people are beginning to understand its usefulness as well as a reduction in the stigma associated with seeking emotional health support. There are those who are unclear about the advantages of family therapy. We’re going to skim over different types of family therapy as well as when it may be needed in this blog, to provide more … Continue Reading

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Living with a Partner with Depression: How To Make It Easier

Simply complicated—that’s what depression is. Depression isn’t like a friendly dog that sticks to your side, no matter what. Neither is it a fragment of one’s imagination. It’s a complex shadow that looms over a person’s head one day, and completely takes over their mind and body the next. Even if the person is at their happiest, depression makes them feel sad, confused, frustrated, lonely and incredibly tough to handle. But more than anything, depression … Continue Reading