Archive for the ‘Grief’ Category

Suicide Causes and Prevention

Monday, January 5th, 2015

With the rate of suicide on the rise, psychologists are taking an even closer look at what may cause it and what can be done to prevent it. There are several reasons that people commit suicide, but they almost always leave clues to let their loved ones know that they are considering taking their own […]

Overcoming the Power of Loneliness

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

Many people believe that they must be alone in order to feel lonely, but this is not always the case. Loneliness occurs when relationships are unfulfilling, which means that a person can be surrounded by others and still feel lonely. Loneliness is a powerful emotion, and it can cause many problems in different areas of […]

Sabotaging Your Own Treatment

Saturday, January 26th, 2013

Regardless of the type of problem you are facing or what type of therapy you choose to help you work through it, merely asking for the help is not enough to reach a resolution. Many people unwittingly prevent their therapists from being of any assistance. While you may say, “Please help me,” your behavior may […]

Children of Incarcerated Parents

Sunday, August 19th, 2012

In the process of assuring victims receive justice and offenders are given an adequate sentence, there is often one group of individuals who receive little thought. And while it may be difficult to think about someone so close to a person who is guilty of a violent crime or considerable theft, it is vital to […]

Overcome a Loss

Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Regardless of a person’s age or health, losing a loved one is a devastatingly painful experience and depending on how close an individual was to the deceased, the grieving process can take a long time. However, with adequate support, overcoming a loss can be much less overwhelming. Still there are specific phases that a person […]