Monthly Archives: July 2015

Live Life Like It’s The Weekend

People live differently when it’s the weekend. Our bodies are calmer and our mind is more at peace. On weekends we are able to relax and enjoy life more easily. Sadly when the workweek starts, things change and our bodies … Continue reading

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5 things couples should discuss before getting married

As a therapist, I’ve noticed that many couples who go through divorce realize when it’s too late that they didn’t discuss things they ended up fighting over. All marriages are a legal contract, a lot like a business partnership. If … Continue reading

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3 things you can do to feel happier

I’ve written a book, 52 Ways to Beat Depression Naturally, on how to overcome depression and anxiety without the use of pharmaceutical drugs. Recently, I went to a psychopharmacology course and the research is in – there are a few … Continue reading

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Why you shouldn’t anticipate closure

There are times in our life where we feel we need closure to let go of something that impacted us. We want to know why we didn’t get that job, why we got fired or why that person left us. … Continue reading

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Help with panic attacks

Have you ever had a panic attack? Panic attacks only last about five minutes, but the physical symptoms can feel extremely intense. Because of the intensity, panic attacks are often mistaken for heart attacks. Though panic attacks are short-lived, a … Continue reading

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