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Got Anger? Here's How to Deal With It!

Let's be real, there is a lot to be angry about right now. Drastic changes in our lives came unwanted and unexpectedly. The way our lives have been disrupted feels unfair, which causes frustration. In my house, we are often saying, "nothing comes easy these days." Even simple tasks like going to the grocery store has become stressful and feels borderline creepy. Nothing seems to work the same, and everything is different. The "new normal" is hard and far from ideal.

Coping & Communicating With Quaran-teammates

There may be disagreements in the home about the pandemic and how to solve for it.

How To Stop The Cycle of Worrying In Uncertain Times

“Worry pretends to be necessary but serves no useful purpose” ― Eckhart Tolle

Learning how to cope and manage your fears might be your best use of time right now.

"Marinating" During Quarantine

     The past few weeks have been like no other! "Unprecedented" is a quite often, and possibly overused description. The reality of what has transpired is mind boggling and somewhat hard to comprehend. I don't think anyone predicted such drastic changes to come so quickly. These adjustments, coupled with the reality of the pandemic itself, might leave you feeling out of sorts. You may lose track of what day it is and don't quite know how to best use your time. You are likely grieving the loss of normalcy and have fears about your health and your loved ones.

"Marinating" During Quarantine

     The past few weeks have been like no other! "Unprecedented" is a quite often, and possibly overused description. The reality of what has transpired is mind boggling and somewhat hard to comprehend. I don't think anyone predicted such drastic changes to come so quickly. These adjustments, coupled with the reality of the pandemic itself, might leave you feeling out of sorts. You may lose track of what day it is and don't quite know how to best use your time. You are likely grieving the loss of normalcy and have fears about your health and your loved ones.

Relationship Counseling

We have relationships of all kinds- partners or spouses, children, friends, parents, family members, bosses, co-workers, etc. Each relationship has its ups and downs. Sometimes we instinctively know how to manage the difficulties and sometimes we don’t have a clue. We can get caught in a cycle that is destructive or frustrating. It is even possible that your well-intended attempts to better the relationship may actually be contributing to the problems you are having! If you are struggling with a personal relationship it may be helpful to seek individual counseling.

Denver Health & Wellness Counseling

LIFE TRACK COUNSELING

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Mental health is how people think, act and cope with life and the stressors and challenges that are part of the human experience. The state of one’s mental health can influence the ways in which they look at themselves, their life and others around them. It also strongly influences an individual's potential for achieving their goals and is an important tool in obtaining and maintaining a feeling of well-being.

Low Self-Esteem, Anxiety, Depression Counseling Services in Denver

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Across the U.S, nearly 20% of students report being bullied on school property. Bullying is associated with academic struggle, low self-esteem, anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and self-harm. Exercise has been widely reported to have robust positive effects on mental health including reduction in depression, anxiety, and substance abuse, however not always the complete answer to mental heath recovery.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Counseling Services in Denver

LIFE TRACK COUNSELING

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Military experience

The physical trauma soldiers may face when serving in combat increases the risk of developing PTSD. Early intervention appears to be a critical preventive measure

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Latest Blog Post

May 12

Got Anger? Here's How to Deal With It!

Let's be real, there is a lot to be angry about right now. Drastic changes in our lives came unwanted and unexpectedly. The way our lives have... Learn more

Inspirational Quotes

  • "There are no  facts, only interpretations." - Friedrich Nietzsche

  • "There is only one success, to be able to spend your life in your own way." - Christopher Morley

  • "It is not happy people who are thankful; it is thankful people who are happy." - Unknown

  • "Hope is a good thing, maybe the best of things, and no good thing ever dies." - Stphen King

  • "If we don't change, we don't grow. If we don't grow, we aren't really living." -Gail Sheehy