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If your relationship is fairly new, you may find yourself in a predicament this holiday season like the one I experienced last year.

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Planning to confront your Trump-supporting uncle this Thanksgiving? Just walked out of an angry exchange with a sexist relative? You’re doing the good work, friend!

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If I could inspire a change in mental health, first, I would want to end the ongoing stigma of mental illness. The truth is that good therapists even see therapists.

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We’re exploring a critical topic of discussion – the keys to counseling women in relationships. Joining us to share her expertise is Maria Inoa, LCSW.

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It’s normal for relationships to come and go. Friendships can grow apart, flings can lose their luster, and romantic bonds can weaken. It happens.

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Therapy isn’t always what it looks like in movies and movies, with a despondent client sprawled across an old couch while a stoic therapist asks prying questions.

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Parenting teens with love and logic: Mental health professionals share valuable tips for raising teens and maintaining strong relationships with them.

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The surge in opioid abuse across the U.S. has claimed many victims, often young adults in the prime of life. But there are other victims as well, typically hidden from view:

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How Overachieving in Teens Can Lead to Depression. Alyssa is 16-year-old with a bright future. She’s a sophomore in high school and is taking several advanced...

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