Tag: TMSTherapySeattle

14
May

Supporting Your Spouse Through Depression: A Guide to Navigating Tough Times Together

Depression can cast a shadow over even the brightest of relationships, leaving both partners feeling lost and overwhelmed. As a spouse, witnessing your loved one struggle with depression can evoke feelings of helplessness and uncertainty. However, it’s essential to remember that you are not alone in this journey. By offering unwavering support, understanding, and compassion, you can be a source

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24
Mar

How To Continue Building Resiliency After A Tough Year

The past year has been full of adjustments and challenges. We’ve all had to continuously pivot and adapt to a new way of life – the ‘new normal.’ Now we’re more than a year into the pandemic. Luckily, there’s hope and positivity surrounding the vaccine, and we’re looking forward to brighter days ahead! But these unprecedented times have taken a

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14
May

A Closer Look At What Mindfulness Does To Your Brain

Mindfulness is a new buzzword that’s turned into a multibillion-dollar industry. From meditation apps like Calm and Headspace to yoga and meditation studios popping up around every corner, it’s clear that the mindfulness movement is in full swing. But what is mindfulness exactly and why all the hype? We live in a hyperconnected world where it’s easy for us to

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23
Mar

Mental Wellness Tips During The COVID-19 Outbreak

Fear about the coronavirus has gripped our area greatly.  Now, it’s hitting much closer to home as the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread through the Seattle area. The introduction of any new illness can be frightening, but those fears are easily intensified when you’re in a ‘hot spot’ like Seattle. During this time of unknown conditions and rising fears, it’s

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12
Feb

A Few Things Everyone Should Know About Adult ADHD

ADHD…you’ve heard about it, right? Many people think that ADHD is some kind of fad diagnosis that we throw at kids so we can treat them with medications to modify their unwanted behaviors. While it is true that some children are inappropriately medicated for ADHD when they do not have it, ADHD has actually been woefully underdiagnosed. Most individuals who

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23
Dec

What To Do When Medications Aren’t Enough For Treating Depression

No matter how hard we try to stay positive and motivated, we all have bad days. After all, no one is immune to life’s challenges or setbacks. It’s also safe to say that we’ve all experienced sadness- and will likely face it again at some point in our lives.  That’s because sadness is a normal human emotion that’s usually triggered

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