Tag Archives: Frustration

We All Want to be Heard

“The art of conversation is the art of hearing as well as being heard.” William Hazlitt Do you ever find yourself listening to someone, but not really focusing on what they are saying? Instead, you’re thinking of what you want to … Continue reading

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Why Is My Child Angry?

A child exhibiting aggressive behavior can be experienced by others as being a bad kid. However, this is not the case. Anger is used by children as a way for them to shield themselves from deeper emotional distress. Aggressive behavior can be an … Continue reading

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Over and Over Again: OCD – The Personal Side

Since I do not have OCD, it is difficult for me to imagine what it must be like to live with the extreme anxiety OCD fosters. Nevertheless, even though I do not live with obsessions and compulsions that interfere with … Continue reading

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Over and Over Again: OCD – The Practical Side

What is the first thing that comes to mind when you hear OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)? For me, it is hand washing. I also think of people repeatedly checking their homes before leaving to make sure all the windows and doors … Continue reading

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