It seems like everyone around you is happy in a relationship. Maybe you're single and you're wondering why your relationships haven't worked out in the past. Or perhaps you have a partner that you've been with for some time and you're ready to take the next step, but nothing seems to be moving forward. Your mind has been preoccupied with thoughts like:
"Am I ever going to find 'the one?' Maybe I'm going to end up alone."
"Why don't relationships ever work out for me?"
"Why hasn't my partner proposed yet? Are they thinking we aren't good for each other?"
When we can't stop thinking about our love lives, it can start to impact our self-esteem and sense of self-worth. In therapy with me, we explore your romantic history, talk about how you express and receive love, and discuss effective communication strategies.
While you may not always feel it, ultimately you know that you do deserve love. Schedule your first appointment today and start taking control of your love life.
The CCT Valentine Challenge is going to focus on 3 types of love—love for yourself, love for others, and love for your community.
For many of us, there’s nothing magical about the added stress and unmanageable levels of anxiety. From overextending yourself and saying “yes” to every social engagement, to being trapped in a room with your overbearing relatives who want to know when you’re going to finally settle down with someone or start having children, to missing a loved one who you can’t be with, to finding time to shop for gifts, to realizing how much all of those gifts are going to hurt your bank account—it can be overwhelming, to say the least.
Do you remember the days before cell phones? Growing up, my parents had guidelines: when I would go to a friend’s house or stay after school for sports or clubs, I had to check-in at certain times or call if I was changing locations by using a pay phone or landline. Using the internet was completely different too—using the internet tied up the phone line, and only one person could use it at a time.
For a while now, you haven’t felt quite like yourself. You’re eating more than usual, you can’t sleep, and there seems to be a permanent edge to the tone of your voice, even when talking to your loved ones. You’ve searched different ways to reduce stress, but article after article suggest the same things: eating well and exercising. Your schedule is already insane—how the heck are you supposed to fit that in? There simply are not enough hours in the day!
There are countless ways to relieve stress. We’re told again and again to eat well, sleep, exercise, and live a balanced life. While all of those things definitely help, there are lots of other ways to reduce stress. Here are 25 different ones that you can try right now:
You’re laying in bed, eyes wide open staring at the ceiling. You glance at the clock on your nightstand—3:04am. A surge of energy rages through your body as you make a quick calculation—if you fell asleep right now, you could still manage four hours.
We’ve all been there—you made plans with a friend to go to the movies, only to receive another offer last minute from the Tinder guy you really hit it off with last week. He just found a pop-up Speakeasy that’s only open this evening. Of all the nights!
Time and time again, Millennial women are told not only can they “have it all,” but that they should “have it all.” The media paints a picture of what we should look like: perfectly curled hair, a fabulous career, a yoga body, an immaculate house, and time to make a nutritious dinner for the kids and partner every night.
Welcome to the Changing Course Therapy (CCT) blog where we’ll explore various topics that concern Millennial women and their health. To start things off, this week I’m going to share why I decided to dedicate my services specifically to Millennial women.