Much of what you hear about sex and marriage “norms” may not be true according to the majority of experts. Below are some common misconceptions: 1. The major predictor of marital success is love and communication. Do you need love and good communication to have a successful marriage? Maybe. While it certainly enhances marital satisfaction […]
Archives for February 2012
I recently finished reading a fantastic book called The Price of Privilege by Madeline Levine. With an eloquent and thought-provoking voice she explores the startling high rates of stress, anxiety, and depression among upper middle-class and affluent teenagers and adults. It’s the same trend that I am seeing daily in the lives of the clients […]
Human beings are strangely quite skilled at holding on to things that hurt them. Whether it be something from the past that impacted us or a current situation or behavior, sometimes it’s extremely difficult to let go. We’re creatures of habit, and old ways of thinking and behaving die hard. In our attempt to avoid […]
Tuesday, February 7th I’ll be speaking to parents at Johns Creek High School about how to support your teen if they are dealing with stress and anxiety. If you have a child at Johns Creek High you can contact the school to register. It’s free!