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2 Things You Might Learn With A Christian Workbook

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There are many people who wonder if counseling would be right for them. One of the best resources of going to counseling is getting the workbooks that allow you to take the principles you are learning in therapy and bring it home to put it into practice. Here are some things that a Christian workbook might have in it: 1. Tips For Better Personal Prayer and Faith Building Experiences One of the first steps with Christian therapy is to increase your relationship with God.…

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The Destructive Effects of Porn Addictions

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If you are a man struggling with a porn or sex addiction, you are not alone. There are many men and women who struggle with these types of addictions, and addictions are hard to break without professional help. If you are experiencing problems in life from this addiction, you shouldn’t be surprised. Porn addictions can be very destructive, and here are some of the effects they can have on your life.…

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What Every Foster Parent Of Self-Harming Teens Needs To Know

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If you are a new foster parent of a teen who self-harms, you may be struggling with your requirements to keep the teen in your care safe. Self-harm in teens is more prevalent than many people realize. In fact, according to research, nearly one in 5 teen girls in 9th grade self-harms, most often by cutting and carving their skin. Here’s what you need to know.  Understanding why the teen in your care self-harms…

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Notice These Issues That Affect Your Career? Seek Help With A Therapist

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While visiting a therapist can help you to improve your relationships with your significant other, family members, and friends, professional care is also advisable if you find that you’re struggling at work. A variety of issues can spell trouble in the workplace, leading to disciplinary problems, a lack of advancement, and even conflicts with co-workers and supervisors. If you explain some of these issues to a therapist, he or she will work with you to understand why you react in a certain way — and then develop strategies that you can use to better handle each situation as it arises.…

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Somatic Therapy Can Successfully Rid You Of Depression And Anxiety-Related Symptoms

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When faced with adversity on top of trauma you suffered in the past, your autonomic nervous system (ANS), which includes the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system, along with your enteric nervous system, kick into action. All of these systems govern how your body will react to the current adversity. So the automatic nervous system governs whether you will take flight or outright put up a fight. It also governs the freeze instinct that could overtake you.…

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Tips for Dealing with Anxiety During Your Recovery

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According to the National Institute of Mental Health, approximately 18 percent of American adults suffer from anxiety, making it the most common mental health disorder. If you’ve been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, or have been prone to anxiety and panic attacks in the past, you might be worried about how to deal with the symptoms during recovery. Don’t allow your anxiety to get in the way of your sobriety and instead, here are a few ways to deal with your symptoms and stay on track:…

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