In our last post, we looked at unhealthy relationships and how to salvage a relationship with the people that we love. We offered some advice, but what if you’ve tried communicating, giving each other space, and counseling, but nothing seems to work? If you feel that someone in your life is putting a strain on your own success and happiness, it might be time to cut ties. How to Know It’s Time to … [Read more...] about Unhealthy Relationships and Cutting Ties with People We Love – Part 2: When It’s Time to Say Goodbye
When it comes to personal happiness, there are a lot of steps you can take to work on yourself. Sometimes, though, our happiness is hindered by our relationships. Relationships are one of the most important aspects of life, whether they’re with family, friends, significant others, coworkers, or someone else. The people with which we surround ourselves shape how we see the world and how we … [Read more...] about Unhealthy Relationships and Cutting Ties with People We Love Part 1: Can This Be Salvaged?
Talking to your family about your problems can be tough. Whether it’s because admitting to yourself or your family that you need help is hard, or because your family has biases against therapy, it’s not the easiest subject to bring up with them. If you’re wondering, “how to tell my parents I need a therapist”, you’re not alone. Growing up brings changes and feelings that can be isolating and … [Read more...] about How to Tell Your Parents You Need a Therapist
Sometimes it is difficult to know whether family therapy or individual therapy is the best option for your situation. While some struggles seem to clearly require one or the other, it’s not always that simple. Every situation is unique and the caring therapists at PFLC are here to tailor your counseling experience to your personal needs. Family Therapy, Individual Therapy, or a Mix of … [Read more...] about Family Therapy vs. Individual Therapy: Which Should I Try?