This holiday season may seem even more daunting than most to travel home and spend time with family that, although you love, you rarely see eye-to-eye. With the intense political upheaval of the recent presidential election, conversation around the festively decorated dinner table will be more challenging than ever. Here are some tips to help you survive.
In any relationship or friendship, it is part of human nature that conflicts arise. However, arguing a part of any healthy relationship. Avoiding arguments builds up frustrated feelings and then your relationship is a ticking time bomb. Too often, arguments get out of control and we say things we don’t mean to people we love dearly. Finding a healthy and fair way to argue helps arguments become more productive. Here are some tips to get you started.
Anxiety is one of the most common reasons people seek mental health treatment. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), anxiety affects about 18.1% (42 million) U.S. adults! Even though it affects so many people, do we ever really think about how it really impacts their lives and their relationships?