Grief and Bereavement – How Long is Too Long?

When grieving, a person may go through a myriad of emotions never felt before. Read further for the answers to the questions that these emotions might raise. Continue reading “Grief and Bereavement – How Long is Too Long?”

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Conversations, Observations, and Way-Thorough Recap, Part 2

Ghandia/Ted Drama Begins

Back to Team Church Social. Ghandia says to the cameras, “I feel a little tired because I didn’t get a lot of sleep last night. I just feel kind of depressed and I feel… I feel used.” Blah blah… “last night, he threw his arm over me and pulled me close to him, which was kind of OK with me in the beginning, but uhmm… he started to like, really become very sexual. I mean, specifically, he was grinding against me. And he didn’t stop and he kept trying to, in my opinion, try to engage me.” “I, of course, didn’t think to tell him to stop or at least say that this makes me a little uncomfortable. Instead, I’ll just tense up and hope that he’s psychic.” Continue reading “Conversations, Observations, and Way-Thorough Recap, Part 2”

A Psychotherapeutic Approach to Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. Part 3

So how do we control stress? First of all, the perception of control is vital. Those people who possess an external locus of control  (that is, we feel powerless when confronted by stress) tend to suffer the most. We generally deal with stress in one of three ways: We fight it head-on, we attempt to reduce its impact or we run away from it. Clients suffering from depression often have an exaggerated external locus of control, in addition to other unhelpful “attribution styles.”

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