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Staring at a Crossroads: How to Make a Major Decision

When you come to a major crossroads in your life, you might approach it in several ways. Sometimes, you might make a quick, impulsive decision and hope for the best. Other times, you may take so much time considering your choice that you get mired in indecision and anxiety. No matter which decision-making style you…

Anger Management for Women: Tips and Strategies

Women experience anger, but it tends to show up differently than men. When women get angry, they rarely display those emotions overtly or aggressively. Instead, those who have not yet learned anger management for women typically display their anger as resentment, depression, broken relationships, or passive-aggressive behavior. Are you struggling to manage your anger? Is…

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome: How Therapy Can Help

Feeling like you don’t belong where you are, or that you’re undeserving of your accomplishments? Well, you’re not alone. NYC can be a stressful place to live and work, even without imposter syndrome eating away at your self-confidence. But you can defeat this pattern of thinking and begin to live a full life with a…

Creative Burnout: How to Get the Creative Juices Flowing Again

If you’re struggling to set boundaries with your work, aren’t happy with your job, can’t take the pressure, or are stuck in a funk, we’re here to help! Here’s an overview of creative burnout and how you can equip yourself with tools to avoid it in the future. Are you interested in getting professional guidance…

How To Deal With Social Anxiety After Social Distancing

Last year was incredibly weird for many of us. If you’re struggling with social anxiety after months of avoiding human contact, you are not alone. Many of us are still feeling like we are finding our footing with the ever-changing variables surrounding the pandemic. If you feel nervous being in a larger group or find…

Why Can’t I Fall Asleep? Physical Effects of Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal response to stress in our lives. It is a feeling of apprehension or fear of what is to come. We may experience these feelings at different times in our life, such as an upcoming job interview, travel, an exam, marriage, addition to the family, or any life-changing events. The anxiety in…

Under Too Much Stress? Here’s What to Do About It

Stress is everywhere, and when it’s situational usually not something to concern yourself with and can be a good thing; however, when stress gets overwhelming it can cause major problems. With COVID-19 as the dominate systematic stressor, therapists and psychiatrists have seen a vast increase in people seeking help.  Stress affects people differently. Some overeat,…

Why Am I Stressed All the Time? A Guide to De-Stressing

There are many stressors that can cause anxiety, such as COVID-19 and the uncertainty of it all, especially being a woman attending higher education, a working woman, or a mother of school-aged children in NYC that needs to adjust to changing times. Other stressors can include estranged relationships, financial problems, and world events. Throw in…

What Does Anxiety Do to Your Body? Symptoms Explained

Anxiety doesn’t just affect your mind; it can have a significant impact on your whole body. This can explain a lot of symptoms that might feel alarming if you’re not sure what’s going on. Often, physical symptoms are short-term, such as a pounding heart. It’s common for them to ease as you learn to understand…