Tag: worry

The Bluff of “Have To”

The Bluff of “Have To”

By Clarissa W. Ong, PhD, coauthor of The Anxious Perfectionist We tend to think that we don’t have choices, that we have to do certain things. I have to work… READ MORE

Why Use Magick for Mental Health

Why Use Magick for Mental Health

By Ora North, author of Mood Magick For most, there has always been a solid line separating the psychological from the “woo”—practices such as witchcraft and elemental magick. Scoffs can… READ MORE

Active Acceptance in the Face of Uncertainty

Active Acceptance in the Face of Uncertainty

By Jennifer Shannon, LMFT, author of The Monkey Mind Workout for Uncertainty A few days ago, Pat—my ninety-year-old mother-in-law who lives in an assisted living facility—sent us a text from… READ MORE

The Case for Settling in Love

The Case for Settling in Love

By Sheva Rajaee, MFT, author of Relationship OCD Hear me out—I know this idea may seem shocking if not downright offensive to your romantic sensibilities, but I’m here to say… READ MORE

Worrying is Overrated

Worrying is Overrated

By Mark A. Reinecke, PhD, author of Little Ways to Keep Calm and Carry On One thing is for sure: in this age of COVID-19, we are worried. We have good… READ MORE

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