3 Ways Counseling Can Help You Manage Your Chronic Depression

Chronic depression, also known as dysthymia, is defined as depression that lasts for a period of two years or more. It is possible for the depression to cycle between more intense stages (referred to as major depression) and less severe stages with milder symptoms. One treatment option that you should consider for your chronic depression is regular counseling sessions. Keep reading to learn how counseling can improve the symptoms of your chronic depression. Read More 

Benefits Of Reading The Bible Together

When you and your spouse attend Christian-based marriage counseling for any reason, you'll get help from someone with the same faith as you. Your counselor will often remind you that growing closer together as a Christian couple can help you and your spouse to overcome whatever issues are affecting your relationship. In many cases, a Christian marriage counselor will recommend that you and your spouse read the Bible together. You might initially wonder about this idea, especially if you haven't previously done so. Read More 

Work Starting to Become Too Stressful? What You Can Do About It

Workplace stress is not uncommon by any means. Studies have shown that it's the main source of stress for many Americans. This is obviously a problem but it seems that the people who are dealing with stress at work have to suffer in silence. If you fall into this group and are starting to feel overwhelmed by the amount of stress that you have to deal with when you go to work keep reading to find out what you can do about it. Read More 

4 Tips For Dealing With Anxiety

One of the hardest things to deal with in life is anxiety. You can feel extremely overwhelmed at various times, and this may have an adverse effect on your well-being. It's in your best interest to work to get this feeling under control, but this can extremely difficult. The good news is that there are specific tips that can drastically help you handle anxiety better. Tip #1: Take deep breaths Read More 

Subtle Signs That You Might Be More Anxious Than You Realize

Among those who suffer from anxiety, there are those who are acutely aware that this is going on, and those who may not be so aware. Those in the former group will hopefully understand the negative impact that anxiety can have on their lives, and will thus seek help from a therapist. If you're in the latter group, however, it's important to look for some often-subtle signs that can indicate you're feeling anxious. Read More