DO I NEED THERAPY? by Sarah Anderson, PWP Are you saying I’m mad? Is often the response many give when they are being told to consider therapy. Howbeit, it is no longer news how important it is to take care of your mind, especially during this war of surviving a pandemic, economy meltdown and other daily/personal stressors. Mental health is as important as our physical health. In fact, there is no health without mental health. Imagine having a mental breakdown and the tons on things that will be put on hold because there is a dysfunction in capabilities. This brings us to the question? When do I need therapy? When any type of mental health or emotional concern affects daily life and function, therapy is recommended. Therapy can help you learn about what you’re feeling, why you might be feeling it, and how to cope. During Therapy there is a safe place to talk through life challenges such as  breakups ,  grief ,  parenting  difficulties, or  family struggles . For example,  couples


You aren't cursed my dear readers­čśö. You could still make it work, you probably have been doing some things wrongly, so here below are some tips that can help you build a healthy relationship. Tips for Building a Healthy Relationship Want to feel loved and connected to your partner? These tips can help you build and keep a romantic relationship that’s healthy, happy, and satisfying. Building a healthy relationship All romantic relationships go through ups and downs and they all take work, commitment, and a willingness to adapt and change with your partner. But whether your relationship is just starting out or you’ve been together for years, there are steps you can take to build a healthy relationship. Even if you’ve experienced a lot of failed relationships in the past or have struggled before to rekindle the fires of romance in your current relationship, you can find ways to stay connected, find fulfillment, and enjoy lasting happiness. What makes a healthy relationship? Every rel

Your Smile is Important!!!

  Why Your Smile is Important? Anyone with a smile they don’t like has certain tricks they use to hide. Your lips never part so all your smiles are closed and tight-lipped. When you can’t help but smile or laugh, you cover your mouth with your hand. Most of the time you walk around with a serious expression on your face, worried that someone will accidentally see your teeth. Having a smile you don’t love don’t just cause you stress, it can actually harm your social and professional life and make you feel physically bad. Take a look at all the reasons  why your smile is important  and how you can get the smile you really want. Reasons to Smile Smiling boosts your immune system because your whole body relaxes when you smile. When you’re in a bad mood, smile – even if you don’t feel like it – because it will immediately improve your mood. Smiles are contagious. When you smile, people around you will smile, too. You’ll spread joy with a good smile. You’ll relieve stress because smiling rel