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Pros and Cons of Self-Defeating Behaviors

Ally and Rob have been dating for a year. They get into a big fight the day before Valentine’s Day. Ally decides to cut off all contact with Rob the following day. What are the pros and cons of her decision? Why people make decisions that are manifestly against their own self-interest is a question […]

Learn How To Detach Yourself From Work Effectively

Some people find it difficult to detach from their work responsibilities and they keep working nights and weekends. Other people find it difficult to detach from their thoughts about work. This post addresses the latter situation. Detaching from work can refer to physical separation or to mental / emotional separation. In the former case, separating […]

Tips For Finding A Psychologist In NYC

To find the therapist that best fits your needs at this time, identify the attributes that are important to you now in a therapist, and then narrow the number of possibilities down to the group of therapists with those attributes. There are many well trained and experienced mental health clinicians in New York City – […]

Managing Transitions Effectively

Transitions are inherently stressful, whether they are transitions for the better or the worse. A first step in managing transitions effectively is to acknowledge and accept their inherently stressful nature. Acceptance does not mean approval, a distinction Marsha Linehan, the author of DBT, has made clear. Acceptance just means recognizing reality as it currently is; […]

What is a Healthy Emotional Distance from Your Parents?

From the moment of birth, psychological development entails a process of gradual distancing and separation from parents. That process begins in a state of symbiotic and heightened dependence on parents for basic physical, emotional, and psychological needs. This separation process then progresses in stages as a person grows up and develops greater independence and autonomy. […]