The Hancock Center
For Individual and Family Therapy
schedule an appointment
(573) 388-2246
Blog Home > Tags > Social Media
There are so many techniques when it comes to figuring out how to overcome needing approval from another.  Today I want to share with you a handful that I have found to be helpful, and with that said, hopefully helpful for you, as well. You don't need people to like everything you do.  You are you.  Embrace who you are.  Who we are as an individual is what makes us unique: your own personal characteristics, traits, mannerisms, quirks, imperfections, habits, and so much mo... Read More
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Imagine a future where therapists video chat with their clients.  It’s not as far away as you might think, and it’s only scratching the surface of how therapy is changing.  Therapy will always have the mission of helping people live a happier and healthier life, but the methods of working with and reaching clients are evolving rapidly.  A glimpse of that future... Roughly one in five adults in the U.S. experience mental illness every year. Approximately 6... Read More
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Twenty years ago, a bully was someone who stole your lunch money or someone who shoved you against a locker.  In today's age, bullies come in all sorts of forms.  It was easier to identify who was a bully when they fit a stereotype, but now, just about anyone can be a bully - your former best friend, the quiet kid in the corner of class, or someone you never met before - online or off. Bullies are told not to bully, but adolescents are rarely taught how to love themselves... Read More
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
We have all heard the term "Let it go...", and we can all agree it is much easier said than done, most of the time.  We would all like to be able to forgive, heal, and move on from the situation causing us distress.  But, how easy is that?  How long that process takes is different for each of us.  Healing is a process.   Here are 11 ways to forgive (and in return - you heal and move on): 1. Understand forgiveness Before you attempt to force forgiveness on your mos... Read More
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Take a moment and visualize your perception of a bully.  Is it a big brute of a guy towering over a little one?  Is it kids on the playground swarming some powerless pal?  Is it a couple of mean girls plotting? Well, yes.  All of the above.  But bullying goes beyond these youthful definitions.  There's a grownup version and it's thriving in the workplace. Today there is a gaggle of bully types and styles, some so subtle and insidious workers don't always realize ... Read More
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Guess what? YOU are not alone — 18% of the population in the Unites States from an anxiety disorder, with around a quarter of these cases classified as severe. Fewer than 40% of anxiety sufferers are receiving treatment for their disorder. Here’s how to calm your mind and get yourself out on the road: Remind yourself why you want to travel – Whenever you think about canceling your trip, picture yourself in the place you most want to visit, and tell yourself that... Read More
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Cyber-bullying: It is a plaguing issue that seems to have no end in sight.  As parents, peers, teachers, friends, and family we can HELP protect those around us - protect them, protect yourself.  We all need to understand what cyber-bullying is, learn how to protect from it, and learn how to prevent cyber-bullying from happening. Here is an article that provides pertinent information relating to understanding what cyber-bullying is, protecting from it, and preventing it.  ... Read More
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Page 1 of 1
First Previous
1
Next Last
Pages :