How Doing What You Love Can Improve Your Mental Health

Mental health problems, although sadly widespread, are manageable with some help. Engaging in enjoyable activities, like hobbies or sports, is associated with lower blood pressure, less stress, and higher levels of both psychological and physical...

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If It Doesn’t Open . . . It’s Not Your Door

A while ago, I was going through my newsfeed on Facebook, when I came across this proclamation: If it doesn’t open, it’s not your door. I thought it was one of the most brilliant pieces of wisdom I’d ever heard—so of course I immediately stole it...

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Addiction and Recovery: What Do Addicts REALLY Need?

Whenever I hear clients repeating themselves in our therapy sessions, I take notice. Their repetition alerts me that something is really important to them. Sometimes they’ll tell me the same story more than once, other times they will ask the...

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