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Holiday Planning and Coping

by Josh King, PsyD The holidays are back! And, just like every year, they can be alive with joy, friends and family, and a whole slew of issues to navigate. Conversations about politics, too much time with extended family, endless holiday parties and constant advertisements for drinks and jolly times, can make the holidays a … Continue reading Holiday Planning and Coping

Anxiety and Avoidance – A Difficult Combination

by Marc Shuldiner, PsyD and Carrie Wilkens, PhD Are you worried you are drinking too much? Do you worry about your weight but can’t stop yourself from eating your comfort food favorites? When you try to quit smoking, do you find yourself restless and worrying about the future? If the answer to these questions is … Continue reading Anxiety and Avoidance – A Difficult Combination

The Dangers of Being Nice There’s a downside to always being the good guy. Posted Jul 21, 2018

You’ve met them, I’ve met them, or you may be one of them: nice people. They always give others the benefit of the doubt, are ready to give a hand, or volunteer for that task that no one wants. They’re sensitive to the feelings of others, easy to be around, and rarely if ever argue. … Continue reading The Dangers of Being Nice There’s a downside to always being the good guy. Posted Jul 21, 2018