This relationship expert who also has post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) urges you to explore the many "alternative" methods to treat your own anxiety, depression, and PTSD.
Many people are completely unaware that they have a mental illness, let alone that the mental illness is affecting their sexuality. Here, two experts discuss how mental illness can affect a couple's sex life.
I blend hypnotherapy, life coaching, and grief counseling in my Life & Soul Coaching practice because they effectively provide stress relief for the body, mind, emotions, and spirit.
Using alternative treatments like Reiki, which involves balancing the physical and emotional body, can help in getting clients out of their heads and into their hearts; enabling the release of pent-up resentments, grief, and fears that have kept them from moving forward in their lives.
Children are much more aware of their environment than we often give them credit for. In many cases, they take on the caretaking role for a parent who is suffering from addiction or mental illness. Your marriage isn't the only thing affected.
The stigma of mental illness comes from a lack of education and understanding about the different diseases and their symptoms. Motivating couples to gather this education and understanding is crucial to their ability to seek help from professionals.
Many people don't understand the impairments of Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, which create difficulties in life management and goal attainment. It's also not commonly known that ADHD doesn't disappear in adulthood — a relatively recent revelation.
Some say that love can conquer all. But a couple struggling with the pressures of an eating disorder may need a little outside help. Here are some things to consider.
Research tells us that 5 percent of the U.S. population has SAD, and that 80 percent of them have not been diagnosed; even some mental health professionals don't recognize this illness. What can we do to help our partners with social anxiety disorder and cultivate a better marriage?
Seeking professional help is a productive step toward recovery after a mental illness diagnosis. But there are so many choices: Should you see an individual or couples counselor? A psychiatrist or psychologist? Here, advice for navigating these important decisions.
Mental health problems can drive a wedge through even the closest marriage; issues like depression and anxiety can make intimacy difficult. Here, two experts explain ways to stay connected to your spouse through a mental illness diagnosis.
Mental illness is complex and can be difficult to understand — especially when it affects the act of parenting. Children experience a plethora of emotions and reactions to a parent's mental illness that should be addressed.
A mental illness diagnosis can shake a marriage to its core. Thankfully, there are many ways to can help support your partner and take care of yourself, too. Three experts tell how.
Sometimes, addiction issues hit extra-close to home. If your spouse or partner is suffering from an issue like alcoholism or sex addiction, here are some things to keep in mind.
In tandem with a mental health professional, a life or personal development coach can help you set and reach your goals of personal healing. Working through a mental illness diagnosis is easier when you have a good team on your side.
Almost without exception, for new moms, sex takes a backseat. Between the almost-hourly feedings and the turmoil of adjusting to their new roles as parents, who has time for a shower — let alone lovemaking?