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LDS Family Counselor: How To Choose A Counselor

As an LDS family counselor, I know that counseling and therapy are effective ways to work through a number of problems that can have devastating effects on a patient’s life and on the lives of those around him or her.  I also know that whether you live in a big city or a small one, choosing the right professional counselor for you or a loved one can be difficult.  To simplify the process, here are 3 questions you should ask yourself that will help you decide where to turn: 1 – What Is The Main Reason I’m Looking For Help? Read more
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LDS Counselor Carrollton TX: How to Work With Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal reaction to stressful situations. However, as an LDS counselor, I’ve seen how it can become excessive and can cause sufferers to dread everyday situations. This steady, all-over anxiety is called Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Other anxiety-related disorders include panic attacks—severe episodes of anxiety which happen in response to specific triggers—and obsessive-compulsive disorder, which is marked by persistent intrusive thoughts or compulsions to carry out specific behaviors (such as hand-washing). Anxiety so frequently co-occurs with depression that the two are thought to be twin faces of one disorder. Like depression, it strikes twice as many females as males. Read more
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LDS Marriage Counselor: Dealing With Adult Children

As an LDS marriage counselor, I know that children can put a strain on a relationship when parents don’t agree about how they should be reared.  What may be surprising is that it isn’t just minor children who can trigger conflicts between parents – adult children can have the same adverse effects on a marriage as younger ones.  That’s why it’s important to clearly define your relationship with your adult children, especially with those children who seem to need or want the same kind of dependent relationship they had as small children. When Your Adult Children Don’t Act Their Age Read more
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LDS Family Counselor: Key Steps to Finding Happiness

Two Steps to Finding Happiness  Every day in my office I see clients who come to see me because their lives are difficult and they are hoping for solutions.  Sometimes their problems come from without and some come from within.  The one thing that is common is the problem often causes pain … emotional and sometimes physical.  And sometimes it feels like the pain will go on forever.  Through my experience as an LDS family counselor I’ve learned that there are two major steps you can take to help find happiness. Step One:  The secret to moving past the pain Read more
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LDS Counselor: Signs and Symptoms of Porn Addiction

As an LDS counselor I’ve learned that over forty Million Adults in the U.S. visit internet pornography sites on a regular basis.  One in five internet searches on a mobile device are for pornography.  Pornography is the fastest growing industry in the world and 20% of men admit to viewing pornography at work.  Some may argue that porn is victimless and hurts no one but the demand for physical aggression, verbal aggression and child porn is at an all-time high. Some believe viewing of pornography is an adult activity, however research is now showing that most  start the road to Read more
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LDS Marriage Counselor: Falling Out Of Love

Many of the people who seek the help of an LDS marriage counselor do so because they feel they have fallen out of love with their partners and want to understand why and how to fall back in love.  The truth is that falling in love is easy and it brings with it such overwhelming feelings of passion and longing that maintaining that level of emotion for an entire marriage is virtually impossible.  If your feelings for your partner are fading from love to apathy or even dislike, you’re not alone; the course of true love is a bumpy one for Read more
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LDS Family Counselo: Healing Concepts for Wives

Healing Concepts for Wives Impacted by Pornography Too often disclosure of a pornography problem in marriage causes women to slip into unhealthy comparisons.  As an LDS family counselor we see women who engage in inappropriate behavior themselves; who spiral  downward into depression, self-doubt, and in some cases, even suicidal thinking. These responses, although unhelpful, are understandable when the magnitude of damage, betrayal, and hurt are understood. Spouses and family members may labor under the heavy emotional burdens of worry, hurt, and hopelessness caused by the addictions of their loved ones. Below are some of the feelings that many spouses and Read more