Have you recently found evidence of your partner cheating? “I saw multiple texts from an unknown number on my partner’s phone, and I looked into it further.” “My partner left his/her email account open on the computer, which he never does.” “I had a hunch something was off, so I combed through our credit card statements.” The stories told of how people have caught their partner cheating are … [Read more...] about I Caught My Partner Cheating. Now What?
You recently discovered your partner had an affair, and what you once thought of your relationship is forever changed. Maybe you just discovered the affair hours ago, or maybe you have been grappling with the news of infidelity for months. Either way, what to do about the relationship is likely still looming over you. The following are some critical, core questions you want to ask yourself. You … [Read more...] about My Partner had an Affair: Do I stay or Go?
For many expectant moms, one common right of passage is developing a baby registry of all items you think you’ll need once baby arrives. If you look at any current articles or discussions online about registry must’s you will see things like carseat, crib, bouncy seat, humidifier, sound machine, maybe even a bottle warmer, the list goes on. Most of these things (minus the bottle warner) are … [Read more...] about A Therapist and fellow Mom’s Guide to your Own Postpartum Registry
1. Postpartum Depression and Anxiety is also know as Perinatal Mood Disorder. Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder is the clinical term for postpartum depression and postpartum anxiety. Perinatal means the entire timeframe from the beginning of one’s pregnancy up until the first year of parenthood. Regardless of the term you use, medical professionals will know what you are talking about. Perinatal … [Read more...] about 10 Facts about Postpartum Depression and Anxiety
In any relationship, there may be struggles with communication, expectations, and unmet needs. For relationships in which at least one of the partners has attention-deficit hyperactivity, better known as ADHD, these struggles can be pronounced. Because ADHD impacts brain functioning and behavior, all aspects of life may be impacted by the symptoms—positively and negatively. There are numerous … [Read more...] about 5 Ways ADHD Could Be Affecting Your Relationship
Symptoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) typically begin at the end of the fall season and continue throughout the winter. As the amount of daylight and temperature decreases, you can experience a drop in serotonin, which affects moods. Those living in places with long winter nights or at high altitudes are at a great risk for SAD, and young women are at a higher risk of experiencing … [Read more...] about Do You Have Seasonal Affective Disorder?