Have you been dating for a while and feel unsure about the next steps of your relationship? Are friends or family expecting you both will spend the rest of your lives together, forever? Is your significant other saying that you’re “the one” for them, making you uneasy? If you’re asking yourself whether you’re truly ready to… Continue reading Commitment Jitters?
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a disorder where it’s is really hard for the person to control their emotions and their behavior. It is impacted by your biology, social experiences and your individual personality traits. All of these things interact with each other to create a unique way of perceiving and thinking about the world. For… Continue reading Borderline Personality Disorder: Do you or someone you love have BPD?
Netflix’s new show 13 Reasons Why has taken the internet by storm, with audiences, parents, teens and professionals alike sharing their views, take and concerns about the show. Whereas the controversial show has opened up a dialogue about suicide, sexual assaults on school or college campuses, and cyber bullying, as a psychologist that works with teens… Continue reading 13 Reasons Why and 5 reasons Why Not! A psychologist’s response to the show
Look out for ways in which small things you do or don’t do end up making you feel even more depressed or anxious than you realized in a May 2017 Bustle story! I chatted over email with article writer Carolyn Steber and shared tips for what to watch out for. It’s common to flake on… Continue reading 11 Surprising Habits That Might Be Making You More Depressed & Anxious! Bustle Interview
The question really is–how do you approach your relationships and what is your stance in your relationships? Are you someone who usually gives a lot, and likes to please others? Or do you find it easy to take the help of the other in the relationship and rely on them to guide or protect you? Although… Continue reading What’s your hold on your relationship?
Most clients I work with get to learn more about DBT or Dialectical Behavior through our conversations. DBT has been around for at least two decades, first developed by psychologist Marsha Linehan. It is a cognitive behavioral treatment that was originally developed to treat chronically suicidal individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD) but has… Continue reading Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Many a times life throws us a curve ball. A harsh word from a loved one, an unexpected change at work, a promotion that was passed onto someone else, a commitment that was expected but never received, a job offer that was rescinded, being hit by unexpected medical issues. The list goes on and on….. Last year… Continue reading Hit Pause