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Coping with Grief and Loss

Successfully Coping with Grief and Loss

By Sara West, M.A., MFT If you’ve recently experienced the death of a loved one, whether they were a family member, friend, or pet, the experience of grief and loss…

Grief can be overwhelming

5 Useful Tips for Coping with Grief

The loss of someone or something that you love, or even care deeply for, is a very painful ordeal. Grief is a completely natural response to that loss. Grief doesn’t…

Safety Behaviors to Manage Fight-or-Flight Reactions

Safety behaviors are actions we take, as well as actions we avoid taking, in order to reduce our anxiety and manage fight-or-flight reactions in times when we perceive danger but it is only a short-term solution with detrimental effects on our health and well-being in the longer term.

Happy Girls

Tips for Being More Sympathetic

The ability to have sympathy is linked to well-being and satisfaction – here are some useful tips for being more sympathetic daily toward others.

Self help made easy

Do a 1-Minute Depression Self-Test!

If you find that you frequently feel tired, overwhelmed, have difficulty coping, sleeping, and eating, you may have clinical levels of depression that warrant professional support. As the first step…

Woman Alone

Coping with a Loved One Dealing with PTSD

Although most commonly associated with military combat, PTSD can occur following any life-threatening event. Things such as a serious accident, a natural disaster, or even a violent personal assault can…