Archive For The “Women’s Issues” Category

Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder, and Postpartum Depression

By | January 15, 2015

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Depression often feels like hopelessness and a gray fog that seems to settle in on the mind and hearts of many individuals. Most people that are depressed rarely have a good understanding of the kinds of depressions that they may be experiencing. Being disappointed, down, or sad due to an unpleasant or difficult situation in […]

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‘I’m Having A Baby & I Don’t Feel Happy? – Depression During Pregnancy

By | November 6, 2014

Most women have anticipated this moment since they were young. The time has finally come, and you are pregnant, an expectant mother of a yet to be born child. The difficultly though, for some mothers they find they are unhappy and depressed while pregnant. For some, they just can’t seem to shake the blue feeling […]

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Look Where You Want To Go : Keep Showing Up!

By | August 26, 2014

                            She did 31 full Ironman’s before she won one of them. She won the Ultraman 6.2 mile swim, 260 mile bike, and double marathon 52.4 mile run, she is Hillary Biscay. “Look where you want to go, keep showing up … you’ll […]

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What Is It Most Women Really Want?

By | December 28, 2011


Many of my clients, both men and women, come to counseling seeking understanding and curbing of symptoms in their marriages and/or families. Most have their own stories, own perceptions, and own histories. Human beings are complex individuals with relationship histories and pasts that make each one of us all our own. As I have worked with […]

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