Rachel Dack Counseling LLCMental Health Service in Bethesda, Maryland
This is such a great read:
If you find yourself drained, overwhelmed or anxious about dating, it's time to add stress management strategies and healthy self-care practices to your dating life.
Here's my eharmony advice, including 15 ways to handle dating jitters and date more successfully, mindfully, and confidently: https://www.eharmony.com/…/when-dating-nerves-take-over-15…/ #dating #datingadvice #anxiety
Great read for couples!
"Is it my job to do laundry? Nope. It's not his either. It's ours. We both wear the clothes, we both take responsibility for that tedious job."
My latest dating and relationship advice:
By being aware of the obvious and not-so-obvious behaviors that can drive your partner away, you can work toward making healthier choices and breaking any bad habits that may interfere with love ➔ http://www.datingadvice.com/for-wom…/bad-relationship-habits
Research continues to find that psychotherapy changes the brain: https://www.forbes.com/…/research-again-finds-that-talk-t…/… #mentalhealth #psychotherapy
It’s official! Pets benefit our mental health: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/320950.php
This is a valuable read on self-awareness and what it really means to be self-aware. Check it out, especially if you are looking for guidance or support with your career, job or leadership role.
If you are struggling to get message replies and dates through online dating websites and apps, you might be engaging in some online dating and messaging no-no’s. Read my eharmony advice on how to send better messages and avoid these eight common traps.
This is such a great motivational strategy for creating change in your life:
Here are 10 tips for cultivating and keeping a healthy long-distance relationship ➔ http://www.datingadvice.com/…/how-to-have-a-healthy-long-di…
This is what Relationship OCD looks like:
"I wake up at 7:00 a.m. and my brain begins its morning routine: “Do I hate him? What if I hate him? Should I break up with him? What if I do? What if he leaves... me? I don’t want him to leave. What if we’re not compatible enough? What if I don’t actually love him? What if he doesn’t love me?"
This is such a great read for couples based on John Gottman’s research:
Parenting tips to help protect children from sexual abuse:
No. 1. From an early age, teach your child that their body is their body and it belongs to them.
Happy to be interviewed on how social media affects #dating and what you can do to date smart: