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Finding Your Power

Life as a busy parent can feel overwhelming. Between running kids to school and soothing colds throughout the night, it can be hard to focus on yourself and find your inner power to move forward. A few years ago, I started feeling beaten-down and depressed. To work out my problems, I decided to try counseling. I was absolutely amazed with the difference it made in my life. After I had the opportunity to talk with someone, I learned ways to cope with my daily routine. The goal of my website is to help other people to understand that there is a great life out there, and that counseling can help you to find your way.

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Why Hiring A Gay Male Therapist For Your LGBTQ+ Therapy Is A Good Idea

If you identify with the LGBTQ+ community and are seeking therapy, then it's wise to hire a gay male therapist. This is a therapist who can fully relate in many ways to how you feel about society, your own identity, relationships with family and your intimate partners, and more. It goes beyond simply finding a like-minded person to speak to for your counseling and therapy needs, and you'll learn more about that here. Read More 

What Is A Psychological Test, And Do You Need One?

If you're struggling with various aspects of your life and feel depressed, anxious, or off, you might visit your doctor for help. If your doctor suspects a mental illness of any kind, they might recommend getting a psychological test. You might wonder what this is and if you need one. Keep reading this guide to learn more about psychological testing—what it is, and how to determine if you might need one. Read More 

Should You Host A Drug Intervention Yourself?

Many people know someone with a drug addiction, and many families have a loved one struggling with addiction. In either case, you might decide to host an intervention to confront the person about their addiction. You can hire experts to assist with an intervention or host one yourself, but should you do it on your own? Here is some information to help you decide how to handle this situation. Understand what a drug intervention is Read More 

Child Welfare Donations: Three Ways You Can Help

For many children, a safe and secure home environment may not be their reality. Though youth welfare workers work tirelessly to help these children be as comfortable as possible during a time of transition, donations are always welcome and help them commit further to their cause. Continue reading to learn about three types of youth welfare donations.  Monetary Donations  Without monetary donations, child welfare services would suffer. Through a monetary contribution of your choosing, you can offset the costs associated with administrative fees, provide assistance in research as well as help give directly to children in need. Read More 

5 Signs Your Teenage Child Needs Depression Treatment

If you notice changes in your teenager's mood, behavior, or physical well-being, it may be time to seek professional help. Teenage years are a stage in self-discovery, making a teen vulnerable to different triggers of depression. For example, bad grades, feeling unattractive, or bullying. While depression is not always easy to detect, every parent should be aware of warning signs. Fortunately, early intervention can often prevent more serious problems down the road. Read More