Why Try Therapy: 4 Major Reasons

Guest post contributed by Rajat Sahoo

Why should you go to therapy? Have you ever wondered? Is therapy a fad, or a lifestyle? Is there room for therapy to be considered an everyday practice? There are so many people who suffer from some sort of a mental condition that cannot be treated with medication but somehow needs to be dealt with. And it is really unfortunate that only 45 to 60 percent of these people actually do seek the help they so gravely need. People who do need therapy are usually the ones who just feel everything really intensely. They may have suffered from trauma, frequent headaches, disconnection from loved ones, and strained relationships. This also leads to substance abuse at times which does not help much. But the question still remains as to why one should go for therapy. For the sake of the readers, I have discussed a few pointers that might clarify this query. Have a read –
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Dealing with Personal Disaster

As we travel along the journey of life, inevitably there will be disasters that occur along the way. Whether they are financial or personal, the way you respond to these negative life events is extremely important in determining how you get back on your feet. So, in this post, we will take a closer look at the ways in which you can firstly prepare for disasters before they occur and then manage your response along the way.
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How to Help Your 9th Grader Maximize Their High School Years

Guest post contributed by Hannah Whittenly

Entering high school can be a daunting adventure. The environment is quite different from elementary and middle school as the buildings are larger, there are more people, and the classes are tougher. With a little motivation and encouragement, you can help to make transitioning to high school a success for your child so that it’s an enjoyable and memorable experience.
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Struggling Through Divorce: 4 Tips For Helping Your Kids Understand The Process

Guest post contributed by Kara Masterson

Divorce isn’t just difficult for the married couple, it can be difficult for just about anyone involved. Friends, relatives, and children especially may find it harrowing to deal with a drastic life change like divorce. Kids are not as emotionally equipped to deal with a divorce as adults are. They may feel helpless about the situation or upset that they no longer spend as much time with one parent. To help your children through the divorce, here is some advice to keep in mind.
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