Humor to Heal: The Therapeutic Power of Laughter
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4M ago
In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, filled with challenges and uncertainties, finding moments of joy becomes essential for our mental health. One powerful tool that has been overlooked is humor. Let’s challenge the societal norms that undermine the significance of humor and make a conscious choice to find joy in the journey. […] The post Humor to Heal: The Therapeutic Power of Laughter appeared first on BUCK BLACK THERAPY ..read more
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Navigating Seasonal Affective Disorder and Winter Stress
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4M ago
As the days grow shorter some of us find ourselves grappling with more than just the colder weather. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can cast a shadow on our well-being, impacting our mental health during the darker months. Recognizing the Signs SAD often sets in with the decrease of sunlight, even in sunnier regions. It can […] The post Navigating Seasonal Affective Disorder and Winter Stress appeared first on BUCK BLACK THERAPY ..read more
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Frequently Asked Questions for Counseling
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1y ago
What is therapy all about? Therapy is about working though the problems you may be having. We all have problems and many of us need therapy to deal with them. However, the majority of people never have enough courage to talk with a therapist to address the problem! There are many techniques that can easily ..read more
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Anger that Comes from Depression
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1y ago
People often have anger that stems from depression—especially men. Signs of depression Difficulty concentrating, remembering details, and making decisions Fatigue and decreased energy Feelings of guilt, worthlessness, and/or helplessness Feelings of hopelessness and/or pessimism Insomnia, early-morning wakefulness, or excessive sleeping Irritability, restlessness Loss of interest in activities or hobbies once pleasurable, including sex Overeating or ..read more
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Anger Relapses and How to Deal
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1y ago
A lot of people think that just because you have been working very hard to manage your anger, you will never fly off the handle again.  Many people go on to think that if you slip up, then you are a failure and your anger management skills are not working.  It is unreasonable to think ..read more
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Things You Can Tell Yourself When Angry
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1y ago
When we are angry, it is very easy to get carried away and say all kinds of cruel and absurd things to ourselves (and others!).  One of the most effective ways to decrease anger is to cut out those negative things we say to ourselves and change our point of view.     Next time you ..read more
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Coping During the Coronavirus Pandemic
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1y ago
Some people ask me, “How can I feel less anxious?” I think acceptance plays a major role in reducing anxiety during Covid-19.  No one alive today has been in a situation like this.  If we say to ourselves that we should not be anxious, this expectation will raise our anxiety.  I have been using online ..read more
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Helping Someone Through Grief: 7 Tips
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1y ago
/ Guest Post / One of the most common concerns people have is knowing what to say or do when a loved one dies. When it happens, even within our own families, we often don’t know what to say or do. Others don’t know what to say to us. So often, the response is to ..read more
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Post Holidays
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1y ago
Starting in 2005, a British Psychologist, Cliff Arnall, believed that he calculated the most depressing day of the year. He calls this Blue Monday and it occurs in mid to late January each year.  http://www.nydailynews.com/news/blue-monday-saddest-day-year-find-silver-lining-article-1.1007082 Arnall calculates this date on weather conditions, debt level (the difference between debt accumulated and our ability to pay), time ..read more
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