Many of us find it harder to make new friends in our later twenties and thirties, but, since this isn’t really discussed all that often, we can often be left wondering if it’s just us who’s having a hard time with it. I don’t think that’s the case at all. In fact, I think for a lot of us, making friends as an adult can feel hard.
So in today’s post, I want to share with you why I think this is, and help you.
In today’s blog post, I want to explain to you what high-functioning depression really is, walk you through 11 signs of high-functioning depression and how this may show up, explain the unique risks associated with high-functioning depression, and share more about how you or your loved ones can get the help you need if you identify with high-functioning depression.
It can often feel like a catch-22 when you’re longing for a wonderful relationship and yet you think you have to have already *been* in one to attract the next one. But I don’t think this is true at all. Just because you’re not in the love relationship you want yet doesn’t mean you can’t get there.
And so in this post, I want to share with you a tool I use in my therapy practice that can help you achieve this.
Many of us are struggling right now with what’s going on in our national, political climate. We’re struggling with how to be informed and remain sane. We’re struggling with how to balance all the stuff of our personal and professional lives with our desire to be an active, resisting citizen. We’re struggling with feelings of hopelessness and overwhelm. If this is you, today’s article is a back-to-basics primer on the ABC’s of self-care.
1 in 25 people is a sociopath. But do you know how to spot them, how to protect yourself from them, and how to heal from them if there’s one in your life?
In today’s blog – on a topic that’s not too often discussed!- I want to share with you the signs that someone may be a sociopath and help you understand what your options are when it comes to boundaries and healing.
New Year, new office!
I’m happy to say that late in 2016 I took over the lease of a full-time office in my longtime therapy building – 2820 Adeline Street, Berkeley. As of today, my new space is open and where I will conduct client sessions in this beautiful new space Tuesday-Friday.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!