Published in the Southwest Orlando Bulletin 5/2013 Everyone has a bad day once in a while. But what happens when a bad day turns into several weeks or months? How can a person tell if he has a case of the blues, or something more, like depression?
If you could wave a magic wand and have the family you want, what would it be like? Would you eat more dinners together, go to church together on Sundays, or spend Saturdays volunteering at a local soup kitchen?
Published in the Southwest Orlando Bulletin 5/2012 Efficiency, productivity and achievement are hallmarks of society. Many people feel that if they are not doing or producing something they are being lazy. The word relaxation often has a negative connotation in today’s world.
Published in the Southwest Orlando Bulletin 5/2011 Many people experience anxiety in social situations. Social anxiety occurs equally in men and women. A healthy level of anxiety is normal and is necessary to keep us all motivated and working to achieve our goals. People with social phobia are scared they may embarrass or humiliate themselves […]
Published in the Southwest Orlando Bulletin 5/2010 Those who allow their surroundings to dictate their moods, talk themselves out of having a good time, have a questionable balance between positive thinking and self-defeating thoughts, and worry whether they cope with stress in a healthy way should consider their emotional fitness.