Are you someone who finds yourself repeating the same unhealthy sexual behavior even though you know it’s not good to keep doing it? Do you make plans to stop, swear it off, or tell your partner “I’ll never do it again” only to wind up in the same mess time after time? Well, you may very well be dealing with sexual compulsion, and I’ll explain why it can be so hard to break out of it.Read More
Are you one of those folks who others talk about having a bad temper? Maybe you’re not and you find yourself getting incensed about current events and how others (or yourself) are being treated and struggle to get out of it without feeling like doing something destructive to others or yourself? If you identify with this last question, you may very well have a problem with survival rage.Read More
Are you someone who is continually afraid and anxious? You may not even know what it is you are afraid and anxious about...you just know that you are. If you know what it is you’re anxious about, you struggle because you think you can’t do anything about it. Well, there are some things you can do about it, so read on.
Are you someone who struggles with being addicted to internet porn? If you are, you’ve probably noticed some changes in yourself when you’re using it compared to when you’re not. With the help of a very interesting book, I can shed some light on the topic and possibly help you with what may be porn addiction.Read More
If you’ve ever had a major loss, you probably know how sad or upset someone can be after such an experience. When these losses aren’t dealt with in a healthy manner, they can lead to major depressive episodes and become serious mental illness. Getting help can then be the difference between life and death, and who you seek out can make all the difference in the world.Read More
Have you ever had something happen to you and said “I can’t believe that just happened!” If you have, then you’ve experienced the feeling of shock. It can be a negative or a positive feeling, but it can keep you from getting over events unless you’ve dealt with it in a constructive way.
Are you someone who goes from relationship to relationship without any significant breaks in between? Do you feel a sense of desperation after breaking up with someone to find another partner? If you answered yes to either one or both of these questions, you may be someone who practices serial monogamy. And if you do, it can have some serious implications for your mental health and well-being.Read More
Are you someone who wonders how bad things have gotten in your life? You know some really bad things have happened to you, but don’t know if others have suffered as much as you? All the same, you may wonder what to do about the trauma you have experienced in your life. If these questions sound like they apply to you, then you need to know about the 5 T’s of Trauma.Read More
Have you suffered from a major loss in recent past? Maybe it wasn’t so recent, but maybe you’ve just put off dealing with it for a while and been unsure what you could do about it? If so, I have some suggestions that will help you get through it.Read More
Have you ever wondered why people who talk about sexual health never seem to address the issue of pleasure. They may talk about meaning and purpose, and maybe even fulfillment; but little attention is given to sex feeling good. This is because they leave out the sexual health principle of mutual pleasure.Read More
You may have heard the term complicated grief and wondered if this applies to you or any loss you’ve experienced. If you’ve spent years grieving the loss of someone or something and still feel you ‘haven’t gotten over it,’ you could be experiencing complicated grief. That doesn’t mean it has to be a complicated process, however.Read More
Have you ever gotten an STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) or had to deal with an unplanned pregnancy? If so, you might have been unaware of the key sexual health principle of protection from STI’s.
Do you find yourself getting into spells of self-loathing emotional pain that make you want to hurt yourself or think about it all the time? If so, you could be at risk suicide and have untreated depression or bipolar disorder. If that’s the case, I have some suggestions that I hope you will take to heart.Read More
Have you recently experienced a traumatic event and wondered ‘What the heck am I supposed to do about this?’ You’ve probably been so shocked or stunned that you have trouble even thinking at all. A recent experience of mine has prompted me to come up with some steps anybody can hopefully take to minimize the emotional fallout of the event and help you to regain functional status.Read More