Overcoming Marriage Trouble

4 Reasons To Go To Counseling As An Adult

If you're going through a difficult time in your life or just need someone who will listen, you may consider seeing a therapist or counselor. Counselors are able to help you work through a wide range of issues and concerns, and you can greatly improve your life by investing in regular counseling sessions. Counseling is for all ages, and many adults choose to see a therapist. Here are some reasons to go to counseling as an adult:  Read More 

What You Should Know About Group Therapy

When you're dealing with trauma or certain issues, therapy can help you cope. People usually think of individual counseling when they think of therapy. However, there are different types of counseling available to suit different needs. In some cases, group therapy can be a better choice. Here are four things you should know if you're considering group therapy: 1. It can be more affordable. Many people don't seek psychiatric care because they're concerned about the cost. Read More 

Steps To Take When You See Traits Of Yourself In Another Group Therapy Member

One of the advantages of attending group therapy is that you'll occasionally see someone else in the group who possesses the same traits that you do. In many cases, these will be the traits that you're working on resolving through therapy, so it can be advantageous to see someone else who is essentially playing the role of a mirror by allowing you to see a version of yourself. You can take advantage of this situation by pursuing a number of steps, including the following. Read More 

4 Steps To Take If You Think Your Child Is Depressed

Everyone deals with negative emotions sometimes. It's natural for people to sometimes feel sad, worried, or angry. Even children experience these emotions. However, sometimes these feelings can be a sign of a larger problem. If your child seems agitated or unhappy the majority of the time, they might be experiencing the early onset of a mental illness. Here are four things you can do if you think your child may be suffering from depression. Read More 

About Me

Overcoming Marriage Trouble

I have been married a little over 20 years, but that doesn't mean that it has always been easy. My husband and I have had long stretches where we didn't get along that well, and it was really frustrating and overwhelming. However, we were both dedicated to working it out and enduring until the end, which is why we are still married. I wanted to make this blog all about overcoming marriage trouble and how much help professional counseling can be. I know that it really helped me, and I feel like it could help you too. Check out this blog for more information.