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Hello,


Happy Thanksgiving! Although Thanksgiving was last week, I'm still hanging onto the feeling of gratitude -- I hope you are enjoying a sense of appreciation as well.  No matter what challenges we face, it is always a good idea to count our blessings to help keep things in perspective. :)


This month's newsletter has a wide variety of topics, but a lot of them focus on relationships.  This is helpful because although the holidays remind us of our blessings, they can also bring some tricky relationship dynamics.  The good news is that many of these dynamics respond very well to boundaries that are relatively simple to set-- this month's newsletter has a few articles to offer ideas!


Wishing you a safe, warm, and wonderful holiday season!  As always, please feel free to hit "reply" and share what you'd like to see covered in next month's newsletter, and let me know if you'd be interested in a free livestream on how to handle holiday stress!


Warmly,

Dr. Chloe Carmichael PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist


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How to Stop Letting Ignorant People Bother You



At some point, you will encounter someone who chooses to ignore the facts or refuses to seek them out. You may find this person’s ignorance frustrating. If the behavior is habitual and you spend a lot of time around them, it can be especially difficult to deal with. You can keep other people’s ignorance from bothering you, however, by controlling how you react to them. Continue reading here.

Vulnerability Hangover: Definition, Signs, and Advice



Have you ever opened up to a friend and immediately regretted it? Or maybe you were honest about your feelings for someone and then felt anxiety or shame? If either of these questions resonate with you, you’ve probably experienced a vulnerability hangover. Author and research professor Brené Brown coined this phrase after experiencing it in her own life, and it refers to the uncomfortable feelings you may experience after opening up emotionally. Continue reading here.

10 Causes of Loneliness in a Relationship & How to Deal with It



Loneliness is something that affects many people, and it can still reach you even when you’re in a relationship. Feelings of loneliness in your relationship can certainly be difficult to acknowledge and overcome, but we’re here to help you each step of the way. We’ve compiled a list of common causes of relationship loneliness as well as signs that might indicate you’re feeling lonely. Continue reading here.



 

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