The Process Of Moving On – From A Man’s Point Of View

  I just a read a magazine about celebrities who broke up and how the male celebs were just so ‘depressed’ (according to them) that they went from women to women. I’m sure that’s their excuse for their mean behavior. But really, I came to think about what real men really would go through after […]

Coping With Break-Up Through Online Counseling

In the early stages of a breakup, you may find yourself obsessing about an ex-partner, unable to concentrate on other things, and feeling bad about yourself—and your brain may be the reason why. But don’t despair—another part of the brain may be able to help you recover. — Melanie Greenberg Ph.D. Surviving a relationship breakup is […]

What to Do When Your Significant Other Is Cheating

The heartbreak that you experience when you discover that your significant other is cheating is vastly different from the heartbreak that you experience when you are only broken up with. A good relationship is built on trust and finding out that your significant other is cheating can completely eliminate that trust and the relationship that […]

Why You’re Only Hurting Yourself by Remaining Friends

Because our nervous system is wired to need others, rejection is painful. Romantic rejection especially hurts. — Darlene Lancer, JD, MFT Many people would like to remain friends with their exes even after the nastiest of breakups. After all, it’s only natural to want to be near the person who you have grown close to […]

Practicing Self-Care After Heartbreak

We are seeking stability. When we feel we can’t internally create it, it is quite possible to engage in unhealthy new relationships that cover up healthy relationship grieving. — Nathan Feiles, LCSW When we think about heartbreak, we often imagine the messy, depressed, chocolate-eating people that we see in films and TV. We expect ourselves to […]

Healing Through Online Counseling: The Pros and Cons 

 Healing Through Counseling  More and more people have recognized therapy as a way to mend their broken hearts, to alleviate their depression and anxiety, or even just to help them think straight. Within the last two years, a whopping 30 million Americans have been reported to go through psychotherapy. Clearly, the stigma behind therapy as […]