Do you feel in over your head as a parent? Are your child’s behaviors or emotional needs overwhelming? Have you gone through a stressful life transition and are unsure how to manage your child’s response as well as your own stress? Do you simply need more options in your parent toolbox? I’m here for you.Continue reading “Introducing: Parenting Consultations”
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How Do We Talk About Suicide?
Obvious content warning: this blog post talks about suicide in a non-descriptive way. Mental health is hard to talk about. Although we’ve gotten better over the years as a society, there is still a huge stigma, especially around suicide. Suicide is a symptom, just like heart failure is a symptom, but suicide gets talked aboutContinue reading “How Do We Talk About Suicide?”
The Chicken or the Egg: Depression and Withdrawal
One thing many people already know about depression is that people who are depressed often withdraw socially. While it’s true that social support is an important component of alleviating depression, this sometimes gets misconstrued as, “If I want to help my loved one, I need to force them to be in social situations.” You mightContinue reading “The Chicken or the Egg: Depression and Withdrawal”