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A person with anxiety
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health problem in the US. More than 40 million people in the US are affected by this—adults and children both. Anxiety disorders can stem from many things, including genetic or biological factors. While we can’t be 100% certain about the cause of someone’s anxiety, researchers have their theories. If you’ve had traumatic life experiences, physical conditions that can cause anxiety, or anxiety disorders in your family, you are more like to
Blog, Depression
A bride and groom
Marriage is one of the most life-changing events in a person’s life. It comes with its own struggles and challenges. Marrying someone from a different culture is whole another challenging thing. While most relationships do require some sort of compromise, a cross-cultural marriage might require additional compromises. Many people have certain beliefs and attachments with their culture, which makes cross-cultural marriages look daunting. Understanding the challenges while also taking steps to ensure your marriage works is
Blog, Couples Counseling
A married couple
There are many reasons why a married couple may need marriage counseling. For a healthy marriage with tangible and emotional benefits, sometimes seeking professional help can be necessary. According to research, couples therapy can improve marriages and relationships. It helps couples maintain their relationship for a longer period and helps them restore their relationship after certain hardships. Here are some reasons why you might need marriage counseling. Communication Problems When you’re married to someone, you are
Blog, Marriage Counseling
Having trouble being understood by your partner? Here’s how you can achieve the intimacy of being understood:
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Regret haunts you in all ages, under all circumstances
“Do you wish you had done things in your life differently?” The answer to this question is only the beginning of regret, a strong emotion that causes feelings of repentance, disappointment, and sadness. Here’s the deeper structure of regret: 1. Foundation This form of regret represents a failure to comply with responsibility. Typically, this category is filled with health and finance-related incidents — “if only I hadn’t wasted all my savings on drinking the night away.”
Depression