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How To Ease The Pain Of Divorce

Nancy Ryan

When you get a divorce or separation, it is not just your relationship or marital status that changes. You have to adjust to a new role. Plus, it can be hard to say goodbye emotionally. Even if the relationship was not healthy, you will likely still experience grief after a separation. Emotions are complicated. It can take a long time to heal and deal with the shift that comes with starting your life over again.

Here are a few ways to ease the pain of divorce even if you were the one that chose to end things.

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3 Useful Tools For Dealing With Anxiety

Nancy Ryan

While some anxiety is healthy, it can be crippling if it takes over your life. It may stop you from living fully. When stress gets to the point that it interferes with daily activities or prevents you from going places, then it is important to find tools for dealing with it. If left untreated, anxiety is detrimental to physical health. It can cause upset stomach, loss of libido, headaches and more. Here are three tools that I've found especially helpful for anxiety.

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Co-Parenting After a Divorce: Make It Work For You

Nancy Ryan

Co-parenting after a divorce is hard. Here are some tips to make it easier.

If you have ever argued with your ex-spouse in front of the kids, talked badly about the other parent while they are not around or refused to allow your ex-spouse to visit with the kids, then you are doing co-parenting all wrong. However, you are not alone. In my practice, I’ve learned that co-parenting is often one of the hardest things that come with getting a divorce.

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5 Signs Of Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Nancy Ryan

The word “narcissist” gets casually thrown around a lot. Maybe a co-worker uses the word to describe a particularly demanding boss. The media often use the word to talk about a self-centered actor or politician. To make matters even more confusing, a person who has a narcissistic personality disorder (NPD) can be quite charismatic and likable — at least on the surface. So, how do you know if you are dealing with a person who might have narcissistic personality disorder? Here are some classic signs of narcissistic personality disorder.

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Helping A Loved One With Bipolar - Do’s And Dont’s

Nancy Ryan

If you have a loved one with bipolar disorder, you probably already know how important family support is for their recovery. However, it can be tough to be supportive because the symptoms of bipolar disorder can affect you, as well.

The good news is that people with bipolar disorder can get better with the proper treatment and support from loved ones. Here are a few pointers on the do’s and don’ts of helping someone with bipolar.

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3 Ways To Express Your Anger Without Pushing Your Partner Away

Nancy Ryan

It's completely normal to have arguments and disagreements in a relationship. However, expressing your anger the wrong way can instantly push your partner away. Over time, it can result in a loss of intimacy and trust in a relationship. In contrast, expressing anger in a positive and safe way can help you feel more connected to your partner. Sharing your feelings with your partner will help build a stronger bond and solidify your relationship.

Here are some positive ways that you can express your anger without getting more riled up or pushing your partner away.

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What Does It Mean For The Relationship When Your Partner Won’t Change?

Nancy Ryan

Does your partner make promises that they don't keep? Maybe he promises to stop spending money, but then the credit card bills keep coming in every month — higher than ever before. She swears that she won't drink again. When a partner says one thing yet does another, it erodes trust and intimacy in a relationship. So, what can you do when your partner acknowledges a problem and promises to work on it — yet never follows through? Here are some tips

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