Is Social Anxiety Having A Negative Impact On Your Life?

Posted By: on February 27, 2020
person suffering from Social Anxiety
Do you get nervous and agitated before social events such as weddings, parties or post work get-togethers? Do you feel so anxious beforehand that you often contemplate not going, or imagine terrible and embarrassing things happening if you do go? If social anxiety is affecting your ability to create meaningful relationships, or even just to feel confident and happy, then it might be time to take a hold of the situation and get yourself some professional help before it begins to have a 

Is Worrying Taking Its Toll On You?

Posted By: on February 20, 2020
person worrying
All of us worry, and some of us more than others, but did you know that excessive worrying can take a toll on your body? Aside from leading to feelings of anxiety, it can also make you ill. Sometimes, your mind might go into overdrive when thinking about certain things - be it a situation or a dilemma – forcing you to constantly focus on the many things that might happen. Sometimes, you’ll likely feel anxious a lot of the time. If that’s a routine occurrence, it might be time to seek p

Dealing With Hurt

Posted By: on February 13, 2020
woman crying
Hurt affects us all at some stage in our lives, but some of us find it harder to deal with than others. For those individuals, when a hurtful incident begins to have a negative impact upon their daily life, then they know that it’s time to seek help, and thankfully, there are some steps that you can follow to help ease the pain: Try to recognize the hurt – was it intentional or a misunderstanding? Grounding yourself for a moment, perhaps by simply slowing down your breathing for a mom

Why Counseling Isn’t (Just) About Mental Health

Posted By: on January 30, 2020
Counseling session
There are many reasons why incidents of self-harm, attempted suicide, and mental breakdowns continue to rise among teenagers, college students and young adults in general. These range from social media to family issues to debts to mental health issues. While those with a diagnosable mental health condition may get the help and understanding that they need, those who struggle to cope with life for other reasons may receive much less attention. It’s not unusual for those struggling with

Could Your Child Be Suffering From A Mental Health Condition?

Posted By: on January 23, 2020
depressed child
While it might seem alarming to know that one in five children are suffering from a mental health condition, it’s perhaps of some comfort to know that most are wholly diagnosable and entirely treatable. That said, the reality is that almost two thirds of those children get little help, if they receive any at all. The reasons for this lack of help may be wide and far ranging, but if you suspect that your child may have a mental health condition, it’s important that you don’t contribute

Recognized For Doing Good Work

Posted By: on January 22, 2020
Best Counseling Service by Reader's Choice Best of NoCo 2019
It’s always nice to be appreciated for doing good work. Here at Heart-Centered Counseling, we’re feeling especially honored after receiving such recognition from Colorado Congressman Joe Neguse, who represents people living in the state’s Second Congressional District. His note to us reads: Dear Owners and Staff of Heart-Centered Counseling, I would like to offer my warmest congratulations to you for being named Best Counseling Service by Reader's Choice Best of NoCo 2019. You a

Ways To Raise Your Self Esteem

Posted By: on January 16, 2020
People with increased self esteem
Low self-esteem can affect any of us at any stage in our lives, and while some are more prone to it than others, there will be few out there who haven’t felt its debilitating effects upon their mental and physical well being. Here are a few ways in which you can help to improve your self-esteem: Don’t give up: When times are tough, it’s important to recognize that things will get better and that you can impact how you’re feeling. Try to channel your energy toward feelings of c

How To Raise A Child To Be Psychologically Healthy

Posted By: on January 09, 2020
family on the beach
Every parent or caregiver will have their own views upon how they raise their children, and of course, there is no one answer that fits all. However, when it comes to raising a child to be psychologically healthy, there are some factors that should remain consistent: Know the stages of development It can be easy to expect too much from your child when you’re not fully aware of the many stages of their development. So, to ensure that your child doesn’t feel they are disappointing you o

A Guide To Holiday Activities In Littleton, CO

Posted By: on January 08, 2020
City of Littleton CO
Littleton, Colorado, is called the birthplace of South Park developer Matt Stone, who based some elements of his show of his individual experiences maturing in the area. The culturally-rich place is house to arts companies and tourist attractions such as the Littleton Symphony Orchestra and Town Hall Arts. Below given are some of the places which are mandatory to explore if one visits Littleton, CO. The Littleton Museum The Littleton Museum is Colorado’s very first Smithsonian-affil

A Guide To Outdoor Activities In Colorado Springs, CO

Posted By: on January 06, 2020
Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs is a tourist destination that adventure and outdoor enthusiasts should visit. It is a place where "beautiful" is the only word needed to describe it. Mystical Beauty In The Garden Of The Gods Legend has it that at the end of the 19th century, two men visited what is now known as the Garden of the Gods. One said: "This place would be perfect for making a beer garden." Then the other said: "No, this is a garden worthy of the gods!" As a covenant, they named it the Garde