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Exercise Improves Your Mood

After recently giving birth to her first child, a friend of mine decided to join a local gym to get back into shape. It wasn’t easy at first but once she got into the routine of getting regular exercise she found she not only was more physically fit but also was much happier. Throughout […]

By |September 4th, 2009|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |0 Comments

5 Ways to Cope with Feeling Stressed & Depressed in College

A 20 year old college student was discussing her grades with another student at a coffee shop. She appeared anxious and fidgety. As I watched her continue to speak with her friend she reminded me of all the other adults I see worried about their finances and the current economy. She looked so tired […]

Quick Tips to Handle the Grief of Job Loss | Orlando Career Coach

Quick Tips to Handle the Grief of Job Loss | Orlando Career Coach

A friend of mine who has worked with the same company for over 10 years was laid off recently. He was devastated. Providing for his family was what he was supposed to do and now he could no longer do that. Not […]

Tips for Combating the Holiday Blues

Whether someone has lost a loved one, has a house in foreclosure, or gone through a divorce, Christmas is an especially difficult time of year. Loss, death, separation, and divorce issues seem especially painful during the holiday season. At a time when people focus on their family and relatives, it accentuates the depth of […]

Lake Mary Marriage Counselor on Five Reasons One Partner Gives Up On The Marriage

Lake Mary Marriage Counselor on Five Reasons One Partner Gives Up On The Marriage
1. They have met someone else (distraction). Their emotional energy is flowing toward another person. This is particularly true when a husband quits trying in a marriage. They will tell their wives “I don’t love you anymore” or “I am not […]

Depression: How do I know if I am Depressed?

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, during any 1-year period, 17.6 million American adults or 10% of the population suffer from a depressive illness. The cost in human suffering cannot be estimated. Depressive illnesses often interfere with normal functioning and cause pain and suffering not only to those who have a disorder, […]

By |August 20th, 2007|Categories: Anxiety, Blog, Depression, Jim West|Tags: |0 Comments