Going to your first therapy session can be intimidating. If you’re considering psychotherapy for the first time, the process can feel a little mysterious. My aim is to demystify it a bit. Let’s explore topics ranging from choosing a therapist to common experiences after your first therapy session.
Gaslighting is a form of psychological manipulation in which one individual of a couple makes the other question their own thoughts, feelings, and even sanity. Learn more about what it is, how to detect if it’s happening to you, and how to stop and escape it.
Abuse and abusive relationships can cause great damage to one’s self-esteem and can cause heavy tolls on the confidence needed to enjoy life. To properly understand the elements that come into play in abusive relationships, it’s necessary to understand the wide varieties of abuse that can take place.
Emotional unavailability can cause concern between a couple in a relationship. Here is some advice on how to deal with a partner that exhibits those signs.
Here are some steps you can take to help you regain your confidence, get stronger, and find your footing once more after a breakup.
Here are three different types of traits to look for and practice in your daily lives to help cultivate a healthy, lasting friendship.
Often breakups are seen as a source of negativity, but experiencing this passage can provide you with genuine opportunities for growth and self-examination.
Relationships are made up of a variety of elements, which include time, energy, and dedication. Having a positive mindset allows for you to enjoy the rewards of a relationship, which is why it’s recommended that you prepare yourself for a relationship at your own pace.
Building a lasting relationship takes a good amount of dedication, and adding distance into the equation could result in some challenges that will have to be overcome as a couple.
The psychological reward we receive from the affirmation that we have made a judgment or decision that is “right” can be profound and habit-forming. Conversely, it can be deeply upsetting to be proven wrong or to make a decision that has resulted in a particularly negative consequence.