7 Ways to Accept Yourself for Who You Are Accepting yourself and your situation in life can be a difficult task. Do you tend to be more accepting of others' mistakes than your own? If so, you're being too hard on yourself! Those people aren't better than you! You were created with a unique
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Build Confidence With Daily Affirmations Do you suffer from low self-esteem? When something negative happens in your life, do you beat yourself up about it time and time again? Focusing on phrases such as: "That was stupid," "I am so fat," "No one loves me," and a host of other negative statements can easily
What is Play Therapy? Play Therapy is a theoretical model of therapy that helps children, with the aid of a trained play therapist, prevent problems, resolve behavioral difficulties and achieve optimal growth and development. It’s a form of psychotherapy, and it uses play based materials, such as toys, crafts, and games to help children
The Therapists at Southlake Counseling are highly trained in specialized therapy methods. One of these methods is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), which is a scientifically researched and effective therapy for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). In addition, clinicians also have reported success using EMDR in treatment of the following conditions: Wendyleigh
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a research-backed group to help your middle schooler develop effective coping skills, manage self-criticism and improve interpersonal relationships while increasing overall focus, resilience and emotional well-being. Does your tween: • Sometimes feel “bad” or “upset” without knowing exactly why? • Judge him or herself critically or make statements about disliking
This Memorial Day, let's take a moment to honor our fallen service members. Many have died in battle to protect us and provide us our freedoms, but sadly, too many have also died here at home. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and it is the perfect time to shine a light on how
Love, Trust, and Snooping Technology may have changed the way we snoop, but the underlying reasons remain the same. How do you balance love and trust with your hunger for more information about the people close to you? Learn how to deal with snooping in your relationships with your children, romantic partners, and employers.
The Make Up Miracle for Couples Who Argue Conflict is a natural part of every relationship. As much as you love each other, you sometimes find yourself at odds over how to raise your children, pay off your mortgage, or do the laundry. Try these tips for resolving and preventing arguments so you can
Are You Holding Yourself Back by Judging Others? To judge others is to form a critical opinion about them. For example, you may decide that your neighbor down the street is an ineffective parent because she’s known to indulge her children or chooses to avoid disciplining them. If you notice that you’re spending more
4 Easy Ways to Develop Kindness In a world filled with misery, war, and anger, being kind to your neighbor can sometimes seem like a foreign concept. Whether that neighbor lives directly next to you or in a bus shed two miles away, it's easy to overlook brotherhood. However, it's improbable that you’ll achieve