Have you been feeling depressed and anxious since giving birth? If you love your child, but sometimes cry for no reason at all, you aren't alone ... and nothing is wrong with you whatsoever.
Did your libido plummet after you got engaged? Are you worried that your lack of sex drive is a precursor to a sexless marriage? Good news: you aren't alone.
Does your mood depend a lot on how people treat you, what they say and how much praise you receive? When you don't get positive feedback, are you just crushed? If so, you aren't alone.
Do you feel like every time you try to lose weight, you sabotage your own success? If so, you aren't alone. In this video, therapist and wellness coach Kris Henderson explains that sabotaging themselves "is a problem that many dieters have." So, what can you do to break the pattern? Kris suggests that the next time you're on a diet and you think to yourself "I can't do this," or, "I'll never succeed," change the script in your head.
Do you prefer to do things yourself rather than risking that someone else do it and not get it quite right? Have you noticed that this behavior pattern tends to push people away? If so, you aren't alone.
When you're dating someone new, there can be a lot of pressure to sleep together early on. But do all guys expect to have sex right away? And what if you want to wait until you're in an explicitly monogamous relationship before going all the way? Will he wait? In this video, dating coach, matchmaker and YourTango Expert Joe Amoia addresses these complicated questions in this instructional sex video.
In this video, hypnotherapist, psychologist and YourTango Expert Dr. Shoshana Bennett answers the follwing viewer question: Yesterday, my husband told me to "snap out" of the bad mood I've been in since our son was born. That feels like the last straw for me. I want to end our marriage because he's so insensitive to my postpartum depression. Am I overreacting?