1. Dr. DePompo

    4 Tips for when Anxiety is Lying to You

    There is a voice in your head that makes you focus on the dangerousness of a situation, tricks you into avoiding what you really want, and doesn’t let you have peace about matters of importance. This voice is the voice of Anxiety. Anxiety is the most prevalent mental disorder, affecting...
  2. Dr. DePompo

    How to Get Over a Break up

    A break-up can be very painful regardless of who pulled the trigger. You wake up and you yearn for your ex. During the day you get bouts of anger at the injustices and unfair treatment that occurred. Here are three things you can do right away to process this and...
  3. Dr. DePompo

    How to Kick Depression’s A**!

    You are depressed. You don’t have the energy to do what you used to do. Even if you did – you don’t even think it would be rewarding or pleasurable. If this is the case – you may be stuck in the loop of depression. This feeling can last for...
  4. Dr. DePompo

    Moving Past the Post-Holiday Blues

    The holidays are over. You may be left with the toll of having jumped back into your own family role, feel like you took somewhat of a financial hit, or maybe “beyond lapsed” with your diet and exercise plan. Though you may feel like you’ve backtracked and are stuck, there...
  5. Dr. DePompo

    4 Types of Men Who Cheat & How to Spot Them

    Tinder, Coffee meets bagel, J Date, Match, eHarmony-the list goes on: numerous way to meet men, but how can we tell if they are truly “available?” His persistence and prowl mean he wants to date you – but not that he is free. Sure. No relationship is perfect, but who...
  6. Cassandra Quaglierini

    Sometimes a “Good Girl” is bad

    We hear it all the time “You were such a good boy today!” or “You are so talented.”  Or maybe you overhear parents chatting about how “special” or how “smart” their child is.  Now, this may come off as a surprise being I am a child therapist but I say...
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