Sure, you may have totally screwed up a great relationship (it happens to all of us), but you can learn from your mistakes right now, and grow from them. Master Dater by Tasha Jackson

Never Give Up on Cupid, No Matter How Late the Bastard Is

This article was from Dr. Tasha Jackson's book, Master Dater: The "New Normal" Dating Guide for Finding Love in the Digital Age.
Experiential interventions are a necessary part of a holistic approach to recovering from childhood experiences and trauma. Terry M. Levy, Ph.D.

How Our Childhood Experiences Impact Our Life As Adults

The experience of a healing relationship, whether it is between a therapist and client, or parent and child, is the most change-producing factor. For example, many studies on therapy outcome reveal that...
The Butterball Turkey Talk-Line service began in 1981 when six home-economists worked the phones during the holiday season...

The Butterball Turkey Talk-Line Saved Our Thanksgiving, and For That, We Are Grateful

Butterball was founded in June of 1940 when Ada Walker of Wyoming, Ohio, applied for a patent for her way of making turkey. Today, Butterball is one of the leading producers of...
As an adoptions psychotherapist and an adoptee, Jeanette Yoffee brings awareness to painful, sensitive circumstances in adoption, including adoptee reunion.

Why Some Adoptees Are Not Ready for Reunion

Why Some Adoptees Are Not Ready for Reunion As an adoptions psychotherapist and an adoptee, I want to help bring more awareness and understanding to a very painful, and...
Everyone’s experience and adoption story is different. Mental health professional, Dr. Dave Verhaagen, shares his wild journey of adoption.

The Wild Journey of Adoption

The Wild Journey of Adoption The month Ellen and I got engaged, she went to the doctor to check on a mass on her side. An ultrasound spotted a...
If depression is something you’ve been acquainted with for some time, self-care and behavioral activation are like medicine. Coping skills for depression.

Mental Health Professional Shares 7 Coping Skills for Depression

What is Depression? Depression slows down the mind and body. Sometimes to a complete halt, sometimes keeping life in slow motion. Moving through it can feel like fighting through...
A psychologist's experience with postpartum anxiety, learning to trust thoughts instead of feelings, and letting go of shame. A new postpartum depression.

Yes, Postpartum Anxiety is Real: Coping with Mental Health Struggles Post-Baby

At 7:11 AM on one Friday in 2008, I met my daughter for the first time... Despite enduring an incredibly chaotic delivery, once I saw her, everything clicked...
Mary Whyte latest exhibition, WE THE PEOPLE: Portraits of Veterans in America opened at The City Gallery in Charleston, South Carolina.

Charleston Based Artist Uses Watercolor to Honor America’s Veterans

"We the People" - An Art Exhibition Honoring Veterans Mary Whyte is an art teacher, writer and American watercolor artist who has received international recognition for her watercolor paintings...
As an adoptive mother, I have experienced both the incredible beauty and the profound heartbreak of the international adoption experience.

Dissolving: An Adoptive Mother’s Journey Through A Deeply Flawed System

As an adoptive mother, I have experienced both the incredible beauty and the profound heartbreak of the international adoption experience. My husband and I adopted three amazing children but now we are...
Intimacy is often the cornerstone of any romantic relationship. So, why do we neglect and overlook intimacy when it comes to the parent-child relationship?

All Healthy Relationships Need Intimacy—Parent-Child Relationships Are No Different

Intimacy is often the cornerstone of any romantic relationship. So, why do we neglect and overlook intimacy when it comes to the parent-child relationship?