There are ways to temper your toughest critic and take constructive control of your feelings.
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Getting you on the other side of anxiety
Linda Esposito LCSW
Feeling stressed and overwhelmed about the high cost of college? Maybe it's not worth the worry, after all.
Is anxiety consuming more minutes of your day than not? A few tweaks can go a long way toward finding inner peace and productivity.
That state in-between feeling blah and bad can linger too long. Before you head back to therapy, try these psychological hacks first.
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Are you tired of taking on too much? A few simple adjustments can go a long way.
If you've ever felt like you learned life lessons 10 years after most people, you are not alone. Learn to parent yourself for improved self-esteem and healthier relationships.
Are you sick and tired of feeling hijacked by stress and anxiety? A few adjustments can go a long way.
Spring cleaning extends beyond the fresh citrusy scent of a sparkling kitchen. Deep clean your mental debris to make room for renewed energy and healthier emotions.
Studies show that exposure to rude behaviors makes us more likely to act aggressively... even if we're not the targeted recipient.
Do you need a mental tune-up? A few adjustments can go a long way toward creating a positive mood.
Beginnings are filled with newfound energy, promise and dreams of a better future. But lofty goals often get in the way. A few mindset shifts can change all that.
Are you sick and tired of over-reacting to everything? Get curious about your behavioral patterns and get over your fly-off-the-handle ways.
Think it's too late to build your self-worth? Think again. Research reveals the connection between confidence, competence, and aging.
Sick and tired of anxiety attacks? Bore your central nervous system with six steps.
Are you tired of battling your ex and seeing your kids suffer? A few adjustments can lead to a more peaceful parenting plan.
Are you and your partner repeating the same arguments while expecting a different result? Two words hold the keys to healing.
Filicide is the most unimaginable crime perpetrated against children. The very act defies explanation, yet opening up the dialogue may be the only hope for the lives lost.
Are you sick and tired of feeling stressed? Research explains the link between unhealthy mental habits and anxiety. Learn what to do instead.
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If you're sick and tired of feeling sick and tired, these mindset shifts can help you heal.
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Are you drained by worrisome thoughts and feelings of stress? A few easy-to-remember strategies can go a long way.
Consumed with the busyness of daily life? A few simple practices can restore calm and peace of mind.
Do you feel like the only time your kids pay attention is when you yell and get angry? Answering questions about your own childhood can help you restore rules and order at home.
De-cluttering your life can help you let go of stress and clear space for peace of mind, happiness, and more fulfilling relationships.
Linda Esposito, LCSW, is a psychotherapist helping adults and teens overcome stress and anxiety.