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Recovering from Depression

Depression is the world’s most common mood disorder. When depression affects an individual it affects every one he/she interacts with. It affects destructively marriages, families, work environments, and communities. Firm recovery is built through a healthy social life based on understanding what to expect from our relationships, what we should give, and how to relate to and accept others. – …

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Treating Depression

Depression is the world’s most common mood disorder. The World Health Organization predicts it will become the second greatest cause of human suffering and disability in the world by the year 2020. The recent research on depression shows that this debilitating condition isn’t preordained by brain chemistry, genes. It is far more a social problem than a medical disease (Yapko, …

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Resentment and Suffering

As Brach stated :”Living with a heart hardened by resentment and blame creates a profound sense of separation and suffering. Our capacity for happiness and love is directly related to our ability to forgive”. It is crucial to learn to forgive! Though it is also important to set clear boundaries with those who are unwilling and/or unable to respect and …

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More Than Conflict Resolution: Reconciliation

We often confuse reconciliation with conflict resolution. In our anxiousness to fix conflicts, we sometimes push people, particularly children, to say they are sorry. But relationships and situation don’t get fixed or restored when we try to force it. We can always invite reconciliation but not demand it. An apology can make an issue go away for a while but …

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Resolving Conflict With Fairness

Conflicts and disagreements are unavoidable. As long as relationships exist, conflicts and disagreements will always be part of them. As soon as you put two human beings together, you have two cultures, two backgrounds, two frame of reference, two mindset, two families of origin, two ways of doing things etc Depending of the family of origin and even the culture …

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Another Perspective On Obstacles And Challenges

I like eagles. They face storms with courage and boldness. When a storm is coming every other bird runs away from the storm. The eagle flies into the storm. We, like birds, can run way, be paralyzed when we think that our circumstances are more than we can handle or succeed and grow tremendously in overwhelming circumstances. What makes a …

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Welcome to San Diego Family Therapy!

Welcome to San Diego Family Therapy! I am extremely excited to announce the launch of my website. I specialize in assisting anxious and depressed individuals, couples, teens and children to deal effectively with their condition. Depression is rapidly rising in children and adolescents. Depression affects their mood, thoughts, and behavior both at home and in school. It also affects the …

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