It’s hard to believe we’re at the beginning of a new year. While we say goodbye to 2018, I want to thank you for being here with me.
I’ve read a lot of posts. I’ve learned a ton about mental health and psychology. And I’ve had the opportunity to take what I’ve garnered here, and grow personally and professionally.
I don’t know what 2019 will bring, but I’m grateful for 2018 and all its hardships, challenges and blessings.
My wish is that you will continue to grow, heal and take of yourself so you can help others and the world.
Happy New Year!
Feel Guilty In Your Relationship With Your Parents? Use This Technique
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – Don’t bring your guilt into 2019. Here’s a four step system to help you manage it.
Why Daughters of Narcissistic/Difficult Mothers Mistake Anxiety For Love
(The Good Daughter Syndrome) – This looks at the underlying reason why you’re unlucky in love.
What’s in a Word: Asperger’s and the APA
(Unapologetically Aspie) – It’s all the questions you’ve always wanted to ask about Asperger’s and the DSM.
The Most Important Thing You Can Do Going Into The New Year
(Thoughts of a Therapist) – It’s not what you’d expect nor is it easy to do, but according to this therapist, it will do you a lot of good in 2019.
Foster Kids Should Never Have to “Appreciate What You’re Doing For Them”
(Childhood Behavioral Concerns) – This is a must-read for parents of foster kids.