Lying and addiction tend to go together for many different reasons. Whether it be to cope with feelings of guilt and shame or societal stigma, there are some behaviors an addicted person can do to try and repair trust with loved ones.
While not everyone can say exactly what “passive aggressive” means, everyone knows it when they see it. It can be irritating to deal with a passive aggressive partner, boss, family member, or child. Learn more about your passive aggression or how to manage passive aggressive people below.
One of the most challenging, emotional, and stressful tasks within relationships is setting and maintaining appropriate boundaries. However, most people don’t realize this until their boundaries have been crossed and a friendship or romantic relationship
Automatic negative thoughts and core beliefs are the two main roots of anxiety and depression. People who suffer from anxiety and depression, usually have a maladaptive thought process that is generalized and highly negative. They
Therapy in Philadelphia / Hidden Hostility - Uncovering Passive Aggression passive aggression is characterized by procrastination, an inability to say no, insecurity, being covertly obstructive to unwanted people or ideas, always playing the role of
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