When looking at a homeless person in the street, what comes to mind is “oh my, that person must not want to work or must be lazy”, when the reality is, that person is probably dealing with a mental illness that has caused them to become homeless. In order for these people to be able […]
Dying is never a topic that is easily talked about. Recently we have all learned about a dying young woman, Brittany Maynard. Brittany is only 29 years old and she is dying from a glioblastoma brain tumor. She is advocating for a movement called death with dignity in California, and nationwide in partnership with Compassion & Choices, […]
Depression & anxiety are usually two terms that are often heard together in the same sentence. If we are depressed, do we have anxiety? If we experience anxiety, does that mean we are depressed? Watch & listen as FamilyAffaires.com Contributor, Dr. Dan Gottlieb sets the record straight. Dr. Gottlieb says that although it’s common to […]
Do you know if you are lovable? We all want to be loved. We crave love, without it we would die. But the question, are you lovable, has a whole different meaning. Join in and listen to FamilyAffaires.com Contributor, Dr. Dan Gottlieb as he brings us through the journey of understanding if we truly feel […]
Forgiveness, why do some people forgive so easily and others find it impossible to do? Does forgiveness mean “letting go”, or condoning what needs to be forgiven? When should we let go? Let go of an idea, a person………. FamilyAffaires.com Contributor Dr. Dan Gottlieb discusses this and so much more with FamilyAffaires.com Community Advocate, Roseann […]
Many military families deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD at one time or another. As defined by the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs, “Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur after you have been through a trauma. A trauma is a shocking and scary event that you see or that happens to […]
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