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As millions of Americans have recently discovered with all the attention that a certain Netflix show is getting, decluttering is an essential part of improving your mental and physical health. Many people don’t even realize just how many belongings they’ve accumulated...read more
Astonishingly, there are in excess of 40 million Americans who endure long-term ailments in terms of their sleep. The National Institutes of Health also note that joining that substantial figure, there are around 20 million more people who claim intermittent sleeping...read more
Having a home office is such a simple way to increase your productivity. Whether you work from home or just need to work on your taxes, creating a dedicated workspace can help you stay focused and organized, but setting up an office in a smaller space can be a...read more
If you grew up in a dysfunctional family or other dysfunctional background it is likely you did not learn some of the emotional tools necessary to lead a full and satisfying life. In fact, you may feel stuck, unhappy and chronically in a state of emotional turmoil,...read more
If you are from a dysfunctional home or background you may find yourself in a relationship with the wrong person. In fact, it is almost certain that you will choose at least bad partner over the course of your life. There are many variations on this theme but often...read more
Those of you who suffer from panic attacks know the awful feeling when your throat starts to close up, you get dizzy or lightheaded, maybe feel tightness in your chest and have difficulty breathing. Your vision may be affected and you can become either hot or cold or...read more
As you may know from reading one of my previous blogs, The Link Between Disorganization, Depression and Anxiety, I truly believe that chronic chaos in your environment contributes to feelings of overwhelm that can lead to or exacerbate bouts of depression and chronic...read more
One of the biggest contributors to depression and anxiety are financial stressors and money problems, more often than not the lack of it. Feeling overwhelmed by bills, mortgages and the needs of a family can be enough to make you want to pull the covers over your head...read more
If you are from a dysfunctional family it is likely that you don't trust yourself; your thoughts, your decisions, your choices or your abilities to do things like succeed or have healthy relationships. You may believe that it is impossible for you to be happy or...read more
If you grew up in a dysfunctional family it is likely that you don't feel very good about yourself. Low self esteem, anxiety and depression are very common in those from backgrounds that do not provide the skills and support that children need to grow into confident,...read more