Nicole Wallace specializes in working with women who are experiencing anxiety and depression symptoms. She frequently experiences women apologizing for having feelings or for the actions of others. She explores being overly apologetic and becoming more assertive.
After combing through several sources such as the World Health Organization, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, WebMd, US Food and Drug Administration, CDC, to name a few…we have compiled a list of the top health concerns affecting women. In this Roundtable, our expert panelists discuss the top women’s health issues based on the perspectives of their professions.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that’s related to changes in the seasons. Dealing with SAD can add an extra layer of challenges to parenting for moms. Nicole Wallace, LCMHC shares tips for managing your symptoms.
Couples struggle to manage conflict. Many haven’t developed the skills to have difficult conversations about feelings or effectively listen to one another. This difficulty handling conflict can spill over into other aspects of the relationship such as sexual satisfaction, finances and parenting.
Although it can be a struggle to maintain healthy friendships as adults, we need them. Friends bring more joy and satisfaction into our lives and have a huge impact on overall happiness and mental health. Here are three tips for building new friendships in adulthood.
In our final Roundtable of 2021, the panelists are exposing the harmful expectations of motherhood and confronting the unrealistic and unachievable ideals. Our goal through this discussion is to help moms recognize and manage the expectations. The experts strive to help moms to establish in advance what is realistic so disappointment is minimized and moms can feel more secure in their abilities.