In my therapy practice many people come to me for help with managing anxiety. I say manage anxiety because some anxiety is normal and can be helpful. But when it gets to the point where your anxiety is negatively affecting your everyday life- then it makes sense to get some help.
For individuals in a relationship with a difficult partner who have not found their way of communicating effective when things heat up and get out of control, I have found a technique derived from the Yale Communication Model to be extremely effective.
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In my therapy practice I treat couples who come to me with a wide variety of relationship and marital challenges stemming from an affair. In this article, I’d like to focus on some of the root causes of these challenges and talk a little bit about how therapy for affairs, cheating, infidelity, betrayal can begin to address problems in the relationship.
The holidays are approaching. Although they can be a time for joy, the holidays can also bring additional stressors with increased financial, job and family responsibilities, that adds to an overall sense of anxiousness and overwhelmingness. The holidays can also bring about a time of sadness, due to the memories of times gone by with family members and significant others whom we no longer have with us.
Priests are asked to bless many different things. I’ve blessed my share of homes and cars, boats and motorcycles, a Dunkin’ Donuts, corporate offices, animals, medals, sacramentals and of course people in all sorts of circumstances.