More About Can't Versus Won't

Someone challenged me on a previous post...

Perinatal Difficulties

Perinatal anxiety and depression: Time to bring it out of the shadows.

Ah Travel

Nice to be back....

Move Yourself to Feel Better

Emotions are not always reasonable

Could it be Spring?

No more taking five minutes to get dressed to go outside!!!!

Baby it's Cold Outside

Organize now to a guilt free summer.


Mean People Suck

Small Stressors

Irregardless and Momentarily are annoying


What stresses you out?

Hello Spring and Good Thoughts

You can think good thoughts too....


Do you make the most of each day?


Thanks to all of you

It Is OK to Not Understand

Do we need to know everything?


Start your trip off stress free.

Face Your Fears

You never expect the unexpected.


You never know just what will inspire you.

Spring May Actually Arrive!

Time to blow off winter and get spring sprung!

Laughter is Good Medicine

Laugh and (hopefully) feel better.


Have you relaxed lately?

Surviving Your First Semester at College

Survive your first semester

Postpartum OCD

A real and treatable problem.

Reassurance Seeking

No one else can 100 percent predict if everything will really be OK.

Save Money and Reduce Long-Term Stress

What is the most common pitfall that traps people into spending too much?

The Truth About Distractions and Anxiety

The final safety seeking behavior that we need to investigate is distraction. The use of distraction allows you to actually do the thing that you are afraid of without actually being involved in doing it.

Face Your Fears

In a previous post, I talked a bit about avoidance behaviors and about how they can really interfere in a person's ability to function in their daily life. Let's take a more in-depth look at avoidance to learn how to recognize it and learn how to overcome it.

Do Something That Scares You

I have a sign up in my office that says, "Do one thing every day that scares you." It is inspiring to my patients and lets them know that the goal of our work together will not be for me to talk them out of being anxious, but for them to behave themselves out of being anxious.