Forgiving someone who wronged us can be difficult, especially when we fear getting hurt again. How can we forgive others while still protecting ourselves from future hurt?
It’s The Time of Year to Forgive:
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It’s often easier to ignore sadness so that it doesn’t consume us. On Tisha B’av however, we have a mitzvah to mourn. The question many of us face as we approach Tisha B’av is; how do we feel this sadness without […]
Living life behind the lens, feeling compelled to post the details of your life, is exhausting. If you’re ready to stop seeking approval from social media this article is for you.
Social media: an integral part […]
Friendship breakup: It’s over!
It felt like a breakup, and for all intents and purposes it was. Dina and Esti had been friends for quite some time, speaking every chance they got and spending hours of their free […]
This is a good question, and the fact that you’re asking it shows that you’re willing to put in the work that is needed to build a trusting therapeutic relationship. Sometimes it takes a lot of time and effort to get to a place where you feel like you can really trust your therapist and that your therapist understands you. (It seems…Read More
Me’shenichnas Adar Marbim B’Simcha
In Adar, happiness is supposed to increase. In fact, this year we have two Adars! It can seem like a lot of pressure to be happy, especially when one is suffering from dep […]
Many singles feel defined by their status – when they shouldn’t be. Gain some insight into why this is and what you can do about it.
It’s common for “older” singles in the frum community to feel […]
Good question @Suave! Some markers that can help distinguish between worry and clinical anxiety (where someone should get help) are as follows.
First and foremost, everyone experiences sadness, worry, obsessive thoughts, etc., at times. How long it sticks around and how much distress it causes is probably the number one key to determining…Read More
Great topic! So much good stuff here. A lot of this has already been said; I’m hoping I can shed some perspective from the clinical side of things.
First and foremost, as mentioned, it’s so important to remember that anxiety and anxiety disorders are clinical disorders, mental illness. When it comes to physical illnesses we have no…Read More
When clients finally decide to take the somewhat daunting first step to see a therapist, they may have expectations or assumptions about what therapy is or what it is not. This list will hopefully dispel some of […]