Depression is not just a case of the blues. It isn't something that you merely overcome with sheer willpower. Depression is a mood disorder that causes a loss of interest in usual activities and persistent feelings of sadness. This mental disorder affects how a person thinks, behaves and feels. People with depression may have difficulty doing normal day-to-day activities. They might also have persistent feelings of guilt and hopelessness and thoughts of suicide.Read More
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Relationships naturally change over time. You may feel like you are growing apart from your partner or spouse, only to become closer again. Sometimes, though, partners grow apart never to regain the same closeness that they once had.
Here are some signs that you and your spouse or significant other are growing apart and what you can do about it.
Do you frequently feel bored with life? Maybe you have no interest or motivation and don’t feel excited about things anymore. Being bored with life can impact your relationship as well. Are you wondering if you should consider Sacramento couples counseling because of the impact that boredom is having on your relationship? Apathy is a warning sign that something's not quite right in your life. It indicates that you are stuck. There are many reasons for boredom. You might not be living a life that is not in line with your aspirations and values. Maybe you are not following your dreams. Fortunately, there are some easy ways to end everyday boredom and restore vitality to your life. #boredom #depressionRead More
There is more to listening though, than just being aware of your blocks. So here are steps to listening.
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As anyone who has been in any relationship knows, conflict will inevitably occur. Disagreements are a normal part of every human relationship. Couples argue about a variety of things, ranging from child rearing to household upkeep. Although arguments are considered to be bad for relationships, this isn't necessarily true. The fact that you have disagreements with your partner or spouse does not mean that your relationship is in trouble. In fact, conflict is a sign of a healthy relationship.Read More
You and your partner are arguing again. You might be wondering if it is time to go to relationship counseling. After all, every relationship has ups and downs, and it is a big step to go to counseling. When you are having problems, it is easy to wait to see if things will improve on their own. However, most couples wait too long to go to counseling and end up suffering for much longer than needed. Find out about some techniques to help improve your relationshipsRead More
It's not selfish to take care of yourself. I remember this when my critic tries to call me selfish as I watch a movie by myself in the bedroom (I am an introvert and rejuvenate when I have time to myself). What do you need to remind yourself when you take time to feel peace and joy, create and play, rejuvenate and refresh? #selfcareRead More
How to Find the Best Psychotherpaist? Secret Unlocked
Here are some tips to get started with looking for psychotherapist for yourself…Read More
If you are thinking about using journaling as part of your wellness strategies, you may want to write down some goals first. Here are some suggestions on how others use their journal and how you might want to as well.Read More
Dealing with an emotionally explosive spouse is not easy. One minute you’re fine and you feel like you know your partner, the next, you feel like you’re married to a stranger.
While every marriage has its ups and downs, emotional explosions and angry outbursts really take a toll on your relationship and will cause shut down and distance.
These five tips may be just what you need to help you manage these outbursts in your marriage.Read More