Have you ever had something important to do but you kept putting it off to do something else? You my friend are a victim of self-sabotage but why do we do it? Department Chair at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, Dr. Kim Dell’Angela explains why we self-sabotage ourselves.
When it comes to mental health, people either fall in one of two categories. One: self-diagnosis and two ignoring the problem. Licensed marriage and family therapist, Aida Vazin explains how these things can be dangerous to your mental health and over all well-being.
Are you familiar with the term ghosting? Ghosting was a term that was originally associated with dating. The action of ghosting was when someone whom you went out on a date with never returned any sort of communication with you afterwards; whether it be an email, phone call or even a text. They just disappeared like a ghost. This term and behavior has now transcended into friendships, family and even the work place. To explain why ghosting has become the norm is Licensed Professional Counselor and Executive Coach Bruce Cameron.