August 2022

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When Family Becomes Toxic

Tips for Dealing with Toxic Family Members Montgomery Counseling Group:  A multidisciplinary psychotherapy practice based in Charlotte, NC The word “family” can bring to mind an array of complex emotions. Depending on your childhood and current family situation, these feelings could be mostly positive, mostly negative, or an equal mix of both. Related Article: Family Strengthening

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When to Worry: Recognizing Signs of Trauma in Your Loved Ones

Over the past several years, there have been numerous traumatic events all across the country. From incidents of mass violence to devastating natural disasters, hundreds of thousands of Americans have experienced or witnessed a disastrous or life-threatening event. In addition to tragedies such as these, anyone who has experienced a shocking or dangerous incident (such

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Family Strengthening Activity: Family Football Pudding

Related Article: What Is Play Therapy For Children And Will It Help My Child? Family Football Pudding Sometimes planning family time and activities can be a struggle. Balancing time, various schedules, workload, kids’ activities, and life events can be stressful. The pressures of the expectations we place on ourselves to achieve and succeed are heavy and

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Signs of Depression and How Depression Counseling Can Help

Depression is a complex experience. It isn’t easy to define or describe as each person develops depression and experiences depression differently. Because depression is so complex, there have been many different theories proposed attempting to explain what depression is and how it comes about. Some of these theories view depression as a biological disease or

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