Author Archives: Heartland Counseling Center
Does Marriage Counseling Work?
Does marriage counseling work? The answer largely depends on a number of factors, including your willingness to change and the depth of your marital problems. While marriage counseling may work wonders for one couple, it doesn’t work for everyone. To … Continue reading
Managing Anger during the Holidays
It’s the holiday season and if you’re scrolling through blogs, you’re probably finding a mountain of advice on how to manage holiday stress or control your seasonal depression. But what all those bloggers ignore is everyone out there who are … Continue reading
Build a Stronger Marriage
We frequently are asked if Marriage Counseling can help build a stronger marriage. If your partner doesn’t want to attend marriage counseling, there are things you can do individually to help build a stronger marriage. It certainly helps if both … Continue reading
When should a Couple attend Marriage Counseling?
One question we frequently get asked at Heartland Counseling Center is “when should a couple attend marriage counseling?” or “when is it time to seek couples counseling?” So what’s the short answer? The best time is generally before many … Continue reading
5 Things to Say (and Not to Say) to a Loved One with Depression
An estimated 1 in 10 US adults report feeling depressed. Untreated Depression can lead to a variety of problems including relationship problems, workplace problems, and an increased likelihood of the depressed person engaging in risky behaviors such as drug and … Continue reading
Tired of Anger controlling your life? 3 Anger Management Skills you can start using today!
Let’s be honest—being angry is exhausting. It’s physically and emotionally exhausting. In the moment, you might not notice it but after you’ve calmed down, after what you’ve said and done has taken effect, it’s exhausting. You don’t want to be … Continue reading