Managing Emotions Archive
Adult Groups Coming Up at Southeast Psych We are adding brand new groups at Southeast Psych starting in the next few weeks. 12 of these groups are focused on adults. Topics covered range from being a better father, to Asperger’s in women, to setting goals and sticking to them. As work and life schedules can
Emotional and Behavioral Tips and Tools for “Holiday Gladness” Emotions do not exist in a vacuum. They are influenced by our thoughts and our behaviors. As we contemplate healthy living during the holidays, the following tips and tools are designed to enhance our holiday experience and avoid a physical or emotional breakdown. TIP #1: Own
Surviving the Holidays after a Divorce The first year after a divorce can be the hardest. It is a year of “firsts”. Your first anniversary without your spouse… Your first birthday without your former partner… Your first Valentine’s Day solo… Your first Holiday Season as a “single person”… This is the time of year that
Ideally, the holidays are like the inspirational Hallmark holiday films where everybody pitches in, works together, and family members enjoy each other’s company. Realistically, for some families, the holidays are closer to reality television, where strong personalities, conflict, competition, and drama are more common than sitting around a fireplace singing holiday songs. Although there is
Spiritual and Philosophical Tips and Tools for the Holiday Season. If you don’t know what you’re aiming for, it’s hard to hit the target. That truism applies to many things in life. It certainly applies to enjoying the holidays without sacrificing your overall health. It’s easy to get caught up in the holiday festivities and
Tips and Tools to Promote Healthy Living During the Holiday Season For many, the holidays are their favorite time of year. And yet, several of these very same people get to a point when they cannot wait for the holidays to be over. What gives? What is it about the holidays that drive people batty?
Do you need to make a big decision? Step one: Take a trip! Summer–our favorite time of year to travel– may be over, but you may not want to let this keep you from getting away. We have all heard that travel is a great way to get away from the stressors in our lives.