Grief is Different for Everybody

Grief is Different for Everybody

You’ve probably heard a lot about the “5 stages of grief.” They’ve become so ingrained in our understanding of mourning, that you don’t often discuss grief without someone bringing them up. As psychiatrist Elizabeth Kubler-Ross introduced them, the 5 stages are:...
What No One Tells You About Therapy (But Should!)

What No One Tells You About Therapy (But Should!)

On my website, I share things that you should know about therapy, but that people don’t talk about. Because there’s still a lot of stigma around therapy in general, it’s easy to fall into certain misconceptions about it. To clear things up, we have to start an honest...
Dealing with Anger

Dealing with Anger

Do you ever get so angry, you feel out of control?  Anger is one of those emotions that comes on fast and stays for a long time. It’s easier to feel than, say, sadness or fear, because it’s so strong and immediate. It’s okay to feel this anger, but sometimes you...
Why You Should See a Therapist

Why You Should See a Therapist

Therapy. It’s one of those topics you think apply to others, but not to a guy like you, right? What’s so great about sitting in a room for an hour, talking, anyway? Maybe you think you’ve got it all handled. Like talking to an outsider would just throw a wrench into...
Coping with Social Isolation

Coping with Social Isolation

There’s a term going around a lot lately, thanks to COVID-19: social distancing. As we all know, distancing from others is one of the best ways to prevent the virus from spreading. It’s about keeping physically distant, but there’s a mental and social aspect too. You...