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10 Silent Signs of Emotional Neglect + 1 Tip to Start Healing

Emotional abandonment or childhood emotional neglect often leave lasting marks that impact your self esteem, how you show up to loved ones, work and your children.

Read about the 10 silent signs of emotional abandonment + 1 Tip to begin your healing today.

Anxiety and Trauma therapy in Five Towns, Nassau County and Long Island, NY.

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9 Skills to Reduce Relationship Anxiety

Seeking to add more joy and lessen tension, stress and anxiety in your relationships?

Read these 9 pointers to help reduce your relationship anxiety today! Anxiety, trauma and relationship therapy in five towns, nassau county and across Long Island, NY>.

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6 Skills for Relief from Anxiety+Stress + Psychosomatic Pain

If you read last blog all about anxiety and have been struggling with pain and psychosomatic stress, read below for 6 tips for relief today!

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Anxiety in your body + 6 signs of psychosomatic pain

Have you ever felt physically ill due to stress or anxiety? Psychosomatic pain is when your emotional and mental stress begin making you physically sick.

When meeting with a new client, I listen to their story by what they are expressing verbally, but am also listening for the cues of discomfort, pain or dis-ease they have been struggling with on a body level.

Am I crazy or is there a reason that I’m suffering? She looks up with pleading eyes. I know it’s probably stress related but I’m good at sucking things up and moving on. But for some reason it isn’t working. My stomach cramps up, I am constantly bloated and just feel so uncomfortable in my skin. Can you do your magic and help me feel better? Clearly the medical tests don’t find anything, so this is my next stop.

Read more to understand psychosomatic stress, how your body holds anxiety and what you can do today! Stay tuned for next week, where I offer 6 skills for stress relief related to psychosomatic symptoms.

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What is a trigger and why does it happen?

Triggers can be tricky to understand.

If you're human, you get triggered. I get triggered. We all get triggered. Triggers are part of the emotional experience on this world. However, in order to live a flexible and healthy life, we want to help you demystify your personal triggers so that you can understand them. Doing this will help you heal and learn to cope better in response to the next ones that come up. 

What is a trigger?

A trigger is the feeling you get when something happens and you have a sudden flood of negative feelings. For example, someone makes a half joking-half mean comment, and it hits a raw spot for you, and you feel destabilized by anxiety, shame, doubt, panic or sadness for the rest of the day.

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7 Signs That You're Ready For Psychotherapy

You may be someone who has a knack for solving your own problems, is the go-to person for advice and have that extra sense of insight into your own patterns. Still, you recently feel the light inside has gone dull and you find yourself struggling to enjoy your daily life.

If you're reading this..

…You may have been sitting up at night twisting and turning seeking some relief.

..You're finding yourself venting to anyone has the time to listen to you, yet you're left with the same feelings on the inside.

…You experience panic that comes in waves, the worries that spiral and don't give up.

I can understand how hard it is to be in pain and not know where to turn. 

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