It's Midnight, wherever you are, and you hear that familiar countdown begin: “Ten… nine… eight…” after ten slow seconds, the clock strikes 12:00 AM and the chorus of “Happy New Year!” fills the air. Couples kiss, friends, hug, and maybe the party continues as you welcome in a fresh start, a new year. Many people have
Your phone rings. It’s your partner telling you they have to work late, again. You hang up completely frustrated about their demanding job and impossibly hectic schedule. Over the past six months, you’ve felt more and more disconnected. Disappointed with your situation at home, you started spending more time with friends from work. A few
Imagine having dinner with friends. While catching up, you listen to them talk about their wonderful, positive relationships. When it’s your turn, they ask, ‘So how about you’? You pause and realize you’re the ONLY one who isn’t happy with your relationship. Come to think of it, you’ve been settling for someone just for the
You may not have heard of Snapchat, the mobile app that enables users to capture videos and images that self-destruct after a few seconds. But if there's a teen or young adult in your life, it's pretty safe to assume they have. Imagine your 14-year-old daughter receives a message on Snapchat from a group of
“Our relationship is falling apart and my partner just won’t come to therapy. I’m so scared that things will never change. Will I be able to help my relationship if I’m the only one going to therapy?” If this is a question you have, you’re not alone. This is a very common concern for people
Dr. Kate Campbell is the first "Queen B" of South Florida! She was featured for being a phenomenal woman who makes a difference in the community. She was interviewed by Joanie Henry-Cox from the Sun-Sentinel's Forum Publishing Group. To read more, click here.