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How to Take Back Control and Enjoy Being a Parent Again
Sean Grover L.C.S.W.
Denying your own feelings can have serious consequences.
How to create hope when you have none.
There isn't a cure for every hurt.
Three essential steps to achieve self-mastery.
1. Have that talk that you're avoiding.
And three actions you can take today to tackle them.
Greater empathy, improved communication skills, and healthy boundaries.
5 empowering qualities of self-awakened people.
1. Intimacy feels suffocating and terrifying.
Now you can join a therapy group without leaving your home.
5 ways to win the battle with negative thoughts and feelings while in quarantine.
Narcissists can be hazardous to your health in the age of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus blues? Five ways to avoid falling into depression while quarantining.
Anxious about the coronavirus? These 5 activities will help lower your anxiety.
5 ways to help you recover while honoring your grief.
"Weed is part of my identity. I don't know who I'd be without it."
5 ways to lower anxiety in teenagers.
3 qualities therapists need to succeed with teenage clients.
5 reasons why—and 5 ways to fix it.
Four ways to reboot your family's communication style.
Grief can open the door to a more meaningful existence.
A new book, PANIC, is a modern-day Wizard of Oz-like journey of self-discovery and personal triumph.
"I can’t live like this anymore. I don’t want to hide from the world."
Sports can provide a positive outlet for oppositional defiant disorder.
Do your friends inspire or discourage you?
"I felt understood with a female therapist in a way that I never had with a male therapist." —Diana Gasperoni.
A gratitude journal saved my life and gave me hope when I had none.
Acclaimed acting teacher Terry Knickerbocker explains how actor training can help lower anxiety.
Five reasons your friends may not appreciate the new you.
Cardiovascular problems are nearly three times more likely with edibles.
Sean Grover, L.C.S.W., is a psychotherapist and the author of When Kids Call the Shots: How to Seize Control from Your Darling Bully and Enjoy Being a Parent Again.