Loneliness

Virtual Depression and Relationships – – How getting back to basics can get you back out there

Virtual Depression and Relationships – – How getting back to basics can get you back out there

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Plenty of Fish, Grinder, Adult friend finder, Tinder, OK Cupid – – I’d have to think a bit to name the plethora of dating and social media apps that are out there. How many of you are

The Greatest Love of All – – You are

The Greatest Love of All – – You are

Singles Awareness Day, SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), Anti-Valentine’s Day, Valentine’s Day, and now—according to Hallmark—Galentine’s Day.  Whatever it is to you, I wholeheartedly believe

A Counselor’s Review On The Science of Happiness— 10 Tips from Positive Psychology’s Theory of Well Being

A Counselor’s Review On The Science of Happiness— 10 Tips from Positive Psychology’s Theory of Well Being

I was thrilled at the above topic of presentation by Sushama Kirtikar, a fellow counselor, at our monthly Suncoast Mental Health Counselors Association meeting.  Although we mostly are counselors in private practice, and are small business owners, we don’t sell anything.  Yet

A Counselor’s Review On “Ghosting” – – It isn’t just for Halloween.

A Counselor’s Review On “Ghosting” – – It isn’t just for Halloween.

I‘ve had thoughts of writing a book on relationships.  At one point, I thought I would write about all the different ways that relationships I personally had went wrong.  I never thought I’d be writing a blog on how people are being stood up.

A Counselor’s Review—Revisiting the mind/body connection

A Counselor’s Review—Revisiting the mind/body connection

Last Sunday night on the long running TV show, 60 Minutes, I watched the story of a husband and wife. The wife had Alzheimer’s. They both decided to