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Every Behavior has a Consequence

behavior“When you choose the behavior, you also choose the consequence that is attached to that action.”

I originally posted this when I first entered the world of blogging about a year and a half ago. It seemed to resonate with many readers, so I am bringing it back again. I have since added a picture. In my early days of blogging, I had no idea how to do such a thing. (Until Todd Lohenry discovered this post and taught me a lot of what I know today about the blogging world.)

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Do I Have a Relationship Addiction?

girl fenceDo I have a difficult time not being in a relationship, even if I know that the person that I am with is not good for me?

Do I feel empty inside- especially when I am single?

Do I spend a lot of time trying to “fix” other people?

Am I attracted to very needy people or emotionally distant individuals?

Do I jump from one relationship to another to avoid being alone?

Do I find myself in one-sided relationships- relationships that lack mutual care and compassion?

Do I put a lot more energy into the relationship than my partner?

Do I find myself in abusive relationships?

Do I tend to be the caregiver in my relationships while my needs go unmet? Continue reading

Depressed? What can I do to help my mood?

Depression (emotion )

Depression (emotion ) (Photo credit: Andreas-photography)

Written by Kristin Barton Cuthriell, M.Ed, MSW, LCSW

Attention: You do not have to be struggling with depression to benefit from this article.  Anyone can benefit from the practices that follow.

While medication may be necessary, you have to do more than just take a pill.

 After spending the last several days in Washington, D.C. attending wellness workshops with 3,500 other mental health professionals, I thought I would take a moment to share a few practices that were reviewed.

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Every Behavior has a Consequence

shutterstock_127815950“When you choose the behavior, you also choose the consequence that is attached to that action.”

I originally posted this when I first entered the world of blogging about a year and a half ago. It seemed to resonate with many readers, so I am bringing it back again. I have since added a picture. In my early days of blogging, I had no idea how to do such a thing. (Until Todd Lohenry discovered this post and taught me a lot of what I know today about the blogging world.)

Here goes…

Continue reading