Dealing with Toxic Relationships during the New Year

Here are some tips for dealing with toxic family members and other relationships during the new year Set boundaries: Make it clear to your toxic family members that you will not tolerate any negative or harmful behavior during the New Year. This may involve setting limits on the amount of time you spend with them, or setting specific rules for...[ read more ]

Revisiting Gaslighting

Many of you enjoyed the post on gaslighting, due to this I wanted to revisit the topic of gaslighting and share another resource on this topic. Below is an article from Ver Well Mind on gaslighting, for further information check it out below!

Couples and Relationship Series pt.5: How to have a healthy arguement

This past month we have been discussing Couples and Relationships. In this specific blog post I will share resources on how to argue in a healthy manner. Instead of arguing to prove a point it is much more efficient to argue with the goal of coming to an agreement or understanding your partners point of view. When we look at...[ read more ]

Couples and Relationship Series pt.5: Learning how to Disagree

During this month we have been focusing on our Couples and Relationship Series. Within this series we have talked about and looked about what healthy and unhealthy relationships look like, how to build healthy and strong relationships and also the mental health impacts of these relationships. However, one aspect of relationships that many people forget that is equally important is...[ read more ]

Couples and Relationships Series pt.2: Common relationship problems

In this weeks blog post we are highlighting different types of relationships and hw to maintain them, and the benefits of doing so! Below is an article from psychology today. In this article Robert Taibbi L.C.S.W., talks about the most common relationship problems, and gives advice on moving forward. Being aware of things such as " most common problems" can...[ read more ]

Couples and Relationships Series

Every single person has been in some type of relationship, whether that is a friendships, a platonic relationship, a romantic relationship, or even a "situationship".  Creating and building relationships is very important to people, humans in general are very social creatures, and even if you are more introverted or enjoy spending time alone at one time or another you feel...[ read more ]

How to deal with Gaslighting

Gaslighting is a major problem in a variety of relationships. People from countless backgrounds and walks of life can be a victim or perpetrator of gaslighting. It is important to be aware of the signs of gaslighting and know what to do if you are in a situation in which you are being victimized. Below is a Ted Talk by...[ read more ]

Relationship Series Ted Talk pt.2

In this blog post, I wanted to share another Ted Talk on skills for building a healthy romantic relationship. This goes hand in hand with the other two blogs for this week which focused on dealing with past relationships and the benefits of having a significant other.

Relationship Series Ted Talk

In lieu of this week's blog post on relationships, I wanted to share a Ted talk that reviewed the benefits of significant relationships, especially on anxiety and Depression. Having a healthy support group can be amazing in creating a healthy mental health environment.

Relationship Advice Series (Dealing with A Narcissist)

For today's part of the Relationship Advice Series, we are focusing on Narcissist personalities in relationships. Narcissism in itself is viewed as "excessive interest in or admiration of oneself and one's physical appearance.". However, in more medical terms it is usually seen as an increased view of self-importance. Below is an article that focuses on how to deal with a...[ read more ]

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