Anxiety

“What Causes Addiction?”

By Jessica Lipsy I think we ask ourselves this question because we want answers.  We want to get to the root cause of someone’s drinking. Maybe we are hopeful that if we can figure out why they started in the first place and solve that problem then it won’t be an issue all together.  Or maybe if we figure out

Warning, Warning!! Four Signs of a Potentially Toxic Relationship

By: Collen Andre, LMHC You feel devastated, empty, and ashamed. You are yet again alone and obliterated by another relationship. It is already difficult to rebuild after a relationship but what makes it worse is rebuilding from a destructive and unhealthy relationship. But, it is possible to protect yourself from unsafe partners. Here are four warning signs of a potentially

When Is It Time To Get Clean And Sober?

by Jessica Candelaria Lipsey When is the right time to get clean and sober? Now!  Often times when someone starts contemplating stopping or going into treatment they will come up with a list of various reasons why they can’t.  We frequently hear things like, “I don’t have time;” “I could loose my job;” “I won’t spend as much time with

How to Stop Over Extending Yourself, and Start Saying No! | Orlando Anxiety Counseling

By: Colleen Andre, LMHC Do you seem to be helping everyone else except yourself? Giving constantly but having nothing in return. Do you find yourself feeling exhausted, overwhelmed, and resentful? You ask yourself, “How did I end up here?” Everyone else labels you as the nice guy. You are the one who is always available and willing to help. Yet

3 Tips for Accepting Your New Body After Bariatric Surgery

by: Cherlette McCullough After undergoing weight-loss surgery, a lot of men and women struggle with accepting their new body.  After surgical weightloss, most patients struggle with the extra skin, baggy clothes, compliments they're not used to hearing, insults from naysayers, etc.  All of which can cause added stress to the already difficult lifestyle changes. This stress can then cause sadness,

Start Fresh and New Beginnings | Orlando Life Coach

by Mike Martinez As the new year begins I can’t help but think of the many new beginnings that it will bring. Maybe you’re starting a new job this year. Perhaps you’re moving into a new apartment, house, or maybe even a new city. Maybe this year you’re becoming a Mom or a Dad for the first time. That’s quite

Post-Vacation Hangover | Orlando Counseling & Coaching

By: Colleen Andre, LMHC Work is starting back up, kids are returning to school, and the bills are coming in. Post-vacation hangover is real! Once the high from pine needles, Christmas cookies, and decorations is gone, reality hits like a ton of bricks. It is relatively easy to feel overwhelmed, anxious, and dreadful as January sets in. Here are a

3 Things to Consider after a Break Up

3 Things to Consider after a Break Up by Cherlette McCullough You're single now. Has it been really difficult to move on after the break up? Have you found yourself consumed with your Exe's life? Break ups are hard emotionally. No matter what kind of relationship whether it was short term or long term. Here are three tips to use

Fighting the Holiday Blues | Life Counseling Solutions

Fighting the Holiday Blues It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Is it really? For many, the holiday season is a somber time where we remember loved ones lost or the scarcity and pain in our lives. Here are some ways to combat the holiday blues. Reach out! As human beings we need to be with people. Making new