Learning to Take the Time to Relax: Concerning Mental Health and Being There for Friends and Family
Presented is an article which briefly addresses a recent trend: People who are faced with concern for their friends and family as well as these loved ones’ battle with a mental health condition. A number of different angles are approached to ensure that those who wish to combat health issues with their loved ones have a number of strategies to do so.
Get an Ex Back With the Help of Friends
After being together for a time, it is impossible that your ex and you never had common friends. Even after a month of being a couple, it is very likely that both of you would have acquaintances and friends that each of you can easily call as your own.
The Secrets Never Told
People’s reactions are often opposite to what they’re actually feeling. We know this by our experience, perhaps where we pretended to be pleased in a certain situation, but within we were quietly seething. This is obvious to some; less obvious to others. What can we do about such secrets?
Is There A Best Way To Handle A Breakup?
We have all been in relationships that have not worked. Some people seem to handle the breakup better than others. This may be due to the way they handle the breakup. Are some ways better than others when it comes to getting over a breakup?
What Does Co-Dependency Mean and Where Does It Come From?
This article describes how co-dependency develops in children of dysfunctional families as a survival mechanism. It is a group of behaviors and beliefs that persist into adulthood and negatively impact the adult child, especially in reference to their intimate relationships. The article also describes the specific beliefs and behaviors and describes in detail how adults are affected.