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An emotional trigger is an event that evokes an emotional reaction, usually a negative one. Do you have emotional triggers and have you been able to identify them? Understanding your emotional triggers as an individual will benefit you in the future with an intimate relationship. Join Dr. April & Coach Kay with The Emotional Rollercoaster
Raiford Dalton Palmer, J.D., AAML is a long-time Illinois family law attorney and managing shareholder of Chicagoland-based STG Divorce Law where he focuses on complex divorce cases, especially those involving high net worth individuals. His book, I Just Want This Done, How Smart, Successful People Get Divorced Without Losing Their Kids, Money, and Minds is
On our Latest Bringing Intimacy Back show, we had guests, Dr. Kiley Hanish. Kiley Krekorian Hanish, OTD, OTR/L is a bereaved mother, doctor of occupational therapy, and founder of Return to Zero: H.O.P.E. Kiley and her husband Sean are creators of the Emmy-nominated film Return to Zero, starring Minnie Driver and Paul Adelstein.
We are in a collective state of grief, which is expressed in many ways. Grief for our children and their development; grief for our family members and their health; and grief for our plans and our future selves. We grieve what might have been, which feels more like what “should have” been and
By: Jason Spendelow Ph.D. Grieving the loss of a loved one may be especially challenging right now. Bereavement is a painful, stressful, and difficult journey at the best of times. But grieving the loss of a loved one may be especially challenging during the COVID-19 pandemic. Why Does the Pandemic Create Additional Strain for the