Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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Pursuing clearer, less anxious lives and relationships in uncertain times
Tonya Lester LCSW
Is there a way to fight that Groundhog Day feeling when so many of life's big decisions are settled? There is.
Modern life requires so much of our brains. Our attention is constantly being captured and directed. Let it wander once in a while.
Many of us believe that being self-compassionate leads to mediocre performance and low standards. The opposite is true.
Do you try to manage your partner's reactions through half-truths and omissions? Here's what to do instead.
Unhappy couples often believe their problems are unique. In fact, most unhappy couples are unhappy in similar ways. Here are six common mistakes you may be making.
Is there a holistic way to combat depression?
Unfinished business creates open loops of anxiety that slowly drain you of energy and contentment and hurt your ability to focus and be present. There's a better way.
How long should you wait for your partner to commit to you?
If you're thinking about marriage, make sure you and your partner are on the right track.
Struggling to create healthy habits? Here is the solution.
Making thoughtful decisions and moving forward with cautious optimism is critical for your well-being. Here are some guidelines for making good decisions in an unstable world.
In this post series, we’ll explore how modern living exacerbates anxiety. Specifically, how ever-increasing expectations can detract from our quality of life.
Tonya Lester, LCSW, is a psychotherapist in Brooklyn, NY.