Tag: depression

Committing To Therapy

Considering therapy is a big step.  Connecting with your therapist and following through past your fear can be scary and difficult at times.  In this Short Talk with Scott, I discuss the importance of giving yourself 90 days to see if things turn around for you.  Check it out:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6ZpjtG1hpw To see more Videos and to…

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You Don’t Have To Wait To Get Started!!

My clients often think they have to know all of the steps and have every detail planned out and perfect before they can start to make changes. But what I teach them is that they will never feel 100% ready, and more often than not, they are ready right now. You don’t have to have…

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You Are Good, Say It With Me!!

It’s August 1st, so let’s start this month of right. Say it with me!!   Start your day with these positive affirmations, then post them somewhere you can read them everyday. Studies show that using positive and uplifting language, spoken (including in your head) or written (hello journaling) rewires your brain and can actually improve…

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You Are Not Alone!!

You are not alone. I repeat, you are not alone. At times it may feel like you’re the only one struggling. Like you’re the only one that knows what you’re going through. According to the National Alliance on Mental Health, 1 in 5 adults experience mental illness. That means whatever you’re struggling with, chances are…

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Asking For Help Shows Strength

Asking for help doesn’t make you weak or helpless, it just means you’re smart enough to recognize your own limitations. And brave enough to say these 3 words: I need help. For most people, asking for help can be extremely difficult, but in the end, can provide so much relief. My philosophy is “Working Together…

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Depression, it’s not just all in your mind.

Some people will never understand what it’s like to feel so low and depressed that waking up is the highlight of your day and even that doesn’t feel good. The struggle is real, and while some feel that things will never get better help is available. (414) 881-7401 or www.alwaysabetteryou.com

Mental Health Check In

How are you feeling right now? A. I’ve got this   B. Scared, but hopeful   C. Overwhelmed by it all     If you’re ‘C’, please call for help. This is the time to reach out and get the support you need.   You can reach me here, visit www.alwaysabetteryou.com, or perhaps the easiest,…

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