"Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness."
Decide to Thrive!
Keep Your Heart Open to Dreams
Be Your Best Self!
Marriage is not a noun,it's a verb. It isn't something you get. It's something you do. It's the way you love your partner every day.
- Barbara De Angelis
Should I See A Therapist?
Should My Child See A Therapist?
So how do you know when it’s time to take action and call that professional counselor or therapist? As a rule of thumb; if you’re unhappy, if you’re not as productive as you want to be, or if obstacles exist between you and your goals, it’s a good idea to seek professional advice.
Significant life events — such as the death of a family member, friend, or pet; entering foster or kinship care, divorce or a move; abuse; trauma; a parent leaving on military deployment; or a major illness in the family — can cause stress that might lead to problems with behavior, mood, sleep, appetite, and academic or social functioning. In some cases, it's not as clear what's caused a child to suddenly seem withdrawn, worried, stress, sulky, or tearful. But if you feel your child might have an emotional or behavioral problem or needs help coping with a difficult life event, trust your instincts.