Posts Tagged ‘depression’
Struggling To Catch Your Breath?
The Toll Of Physical Stress And Emotional Stress “Brian” my “running buddy” (you may think differently when you hear my story), helps me demonstrate a good lesson about coping with stress in this video! My takeaways for you today: Coping skills are to cope. You can’t avoid problems altogether, but it does make it…Read More
Mom’s Blog Contribution: Teen Anxiety – Growing Pains or Something Serious
According to a survey by the American Psychological Association, 42% of teens say that they feel stressed or anxious. As a parent, how do you know if it’s typical, “teen angst,” or if something more serious is going on? In my latest article on North Phoenix Moms Blog, I share what signs to look for…Read More
Healing From Trauma: What Works?
Trauma: The Importance of Treating Lingering Psychological Wounds If you were born before 1995, you likely have a vivid memory of September 11, 2001. I remember waking up and preparing for classes (I was finishing my undergraduate degree in psychology) when I received a phone call from a friend. She told me to turn on…Read More