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Why People Lie to Their Therapists

By BreezeMaxWeb | Sep 8, 2020
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People spend their hard-earned cash, precious time and emotional energy to go to therapy, yet a majority of clients end up lying to their therapist. It might seem counterintuitive, but a study in 2016 found that a whopping 93% of clients lie when in the chair.   Why is that?   Therapists work hard to…

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5 Tips for Silences in Therapy

By BreezeMaxWeb | Aug 21, 2020
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Therapy is a great treatment option and talking about your fears and concerns can help you overcome them. It is an effective method of treatment that a lot of people turn to, and silences will occur throughout your sessions at one point or another. This is something common that therapists encounter on a daily basis…

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Why People End Their Relationships

By BreezeMaxWeb | Apr 28, 2020
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Relationships are complex and the reality is that many of them fall apart because couples may not be as compatible as they originally thought. Many relationships seem perfect at first, but as time goes on, certain aspects can change and this can result in the end of a relationship.  All relationships have flaws, some more…

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Understanding Family Relationship Problems

By BreezeMaxWeb | Apr 21, 2020
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Many people have complicated relationships with different members of their family and each situation is unique. Some relationships thrive while others do not, and understanding the reasons behind the problem can help you move forward and eliminate frustration. It’s important to accept that there are two people involved in a relationship, so change and understanding…

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5 Ways to Rewire Your Anxious Brain

By BreezeMaxWeb | Mar 6, 2020
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There are different strategies that will help a person rewire their brain and while working hard and thinking positive thoughts may help, they are not the only approaches and other pathways need to be activated to create new neural networks within the brain. The key is to repeatedly align your beliefs, feelings, vision and actions,…

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How Psychological First Aid Can Be An Effective Solution To Reduce PTSD

By BreezeMaxWeb | Feb 5, 2020
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Post-traumatic stress disorder is not a condition exclusive to individuals that have experienced a terrorist attack or natural disaster. PTSD is a mental health condition that develops after a traumatic event; whether the individual witnessed it or experienced it themselves. If you or someone close to you is struggling with PTSD, you may feel powerless…

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The‌ ‌Essence‌ ‌of‌ ‌Contentment:‌ ‌How‌ ‌ Acceptance‌ ‌Promotes‌ ‌Happiness‌

By BreezeMaxWeb | Jan 31, 2020
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Being content with what you have is a major key to happiness. We’ve all heard that saying, but have you ever taken a step back to fully understand what contentment is? What Is Contentment? Contentment is being happy with the things that you have, where you are in life, and who you are. It is…

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To Get the Right Trauma Diagnosis, Context Is Key

By BreezeMaxWeb | Dec 12, 2019
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The effects of trauma have come to the foreground in the past few years. Psychologists and other health professionals are broadening their understanding of trauma and what it may mean and look like for survivors. Various factors, such as timing and occurrence, will result in different diagnoses and treatments for patients. As a result of…

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How Family Therapy Is Effective In Improving Family Bonding and Relationships

By BreezeMaxWeb | Nov 26, 2019
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Relationships are laborious, and take consistent efforts from each party to help the bond grow and work through difficult situations together. However, relationships may need additional, outside support to restore or rebuild a bond that has found itself off-course. Family therapy is a form of group psychotherapy that works to understand the family, its strengths,…

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How Marriage and Family Therapists Can Help You Through a Divorce

By BreezeMaxWeb | Nov 12, 2019
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Marriages may be made in heaven but divorce is unfortunately human-made. Statistics say that over the last 30 years, nearly 50% of first marriages in North America have ended in divorce. There are many reasons at play here: personality differences, cultural disparity, level of education, financial strain, health disorders, differences in religious beliefs and family…

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