It is normal for the new mom to feel anxious as her bundle of joy opens eyes in the world. The daily uphill task of looking after the family and child’s needs, and attending to themselves can take a toll on some mothers. In no time, the happy times turn into “baby blues.” In most cases, this postpartum anxiety goes away after some time, but some women may continue to experience stress, sadness and severe mood swings. Read more
A 55-year-old man running naked in the streets and yelling obscenities may not be under the influence of any substance, but actually be suffering from a dementia that affects the frontal lobes of the brain, known as frontotemporal dementia (FTD). Read more
Simply hearing the word “homework” can bring out negative feelings in a person. Since many individuals view homework as a coming-of-age element that ends when one finally graduates, those undergoing therapy may act hesitant to complete assignments and deem it an unnecessary burden. Research authors and experts in the field agree that utilizing homework in therapy is an effective tool for recovery.
If you or a loved one has an issue with addiction, your problem may extend further than substance abuse. Please call us for help on this matter and we will give you guidance on how to treat this problem.
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