People who struggle with depression often feel down for extended periods. They lose interest in activities that they once found pleasurable. Depression negatively affects millions of Americans each year.
Stress and anxiety are related, but often confused. Stress is tension associated with a specific event (e.g. a test or a job), while anxiety is less specific and often covers up other feelings.
Anger and conflict resolution are important parts of any relationship. When people do not have good ways of handling anger, it can cause substantial distress -- both within the individual and the relationship.
Experiences that overwhelm or frighten can leave a lasting impression, often resulting in PTSD. The resulting symptoms can have negative consequences for work, relationships, and overall well-being.
Feeling understood and understanding one's partner is what allows couples to deeply share one another's lives. Learning to effectively communicate feelings is key.
Sibling relationships beginning early in life signifidantly impact the growth, development, and self-esteem of the siblings as well as many aspects of the family dynamics.
The relationship between in-laws can heavily impact the dynamics within the family, and effect the healthy maintenance of the family unit.
Trust plays a vital role in sustaining a relationship. It is dependent on both the current circumstances and on each individuals past experiences.
Self-esteem is a feeling of personal worth. Your self-esteem creates the foundation for a full life, great relationships, and a feeling of well-being.