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Oct
25
Mountains that we overcome

Mountains are beautiful and can be a reminder of what we have been through. Sometimes we feel like we are on that mountain climbing trying to make it to the top. We can feel overwhelmed and stressed due to life, things not in our control, sickness, and mental health issues. I had the pleasure of taking a trip a few weeks ago to Montana. Once I stepped off the plane, all you could see were mountains. Amazing and calming is how I would describe Montana and the Rocky Mountains. I now see why so many people are moving to Montana. My husband and I were there for our ten year anniversary. No kids and no agenda was what we both needed for this trip. As I was there, I was able to be in nature and do...


Oct
21
Five ways to reconnect with yourself

We are entering fall and soon all of the holidays all which can be draining. Have you been feeling overwhelmed or feeling you aren’t connected to things around you or yourself. As a whole, we seem to let everyone and everything around us consumes and takes our time. We can feel disconnected with ourselves through moments in our life or even daily we can feel like this. When we are feeling disconnected from ourselves it can feel like we are just going throgh the motions. We can feel like we are there but no present. Many times it can be easy to reconnect and other times we need to seek mental health professional. Here are five ways to connected in life.




  1. disconnect from social media. Di...

Sep
08
SAD- Seasonal Affect Disorder

What is Seasonal Depression?


Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) represents the phenomenon that our moods change as the season changes. It is highly common for individuals to experience depressed moods during the winter months and pleasant moods during the summer months. This is due to the fact that winter has shorter days, less sunlight, and brittle weather. People are usually indoors to protect themselves from the freezing temperatures. On the other hand, summer represents fun, relaxation, and freedom from work obligations; so moods typically lighten during the summer months. Although this is true for most people, an estimated 30% of the population experiences Reverse-SAD. Reverse-SAD is also...


Jul
13
How to put mindfulness in your life. 4 Steps to putting mindfulness in your life.

Mindfulness is a state of awareness and being in the current state of present. Mindfulness is basically aware of what is happening now. Incorporating mindfulness has shown to help decrease anxiety and depression. I have learned to add mindfulness into my life by adding theses four basic steps.



  1. Set time aside for you to be present and aware. Which means putting phones down and electronics.

  2. Put the same time each day on your schedule and commit. Don’t change the time for a month.

  3. Tell someone you will be adding mindfulness in your life to have someone to hold you accountable.

  4. Decide where you will be practicing mindfulness and make sure it is a place with no distractions.





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Jun
29
Postpartum help

Do you find yourself feeling alone? Do you feel that you are not feeling as you should now that you are a new mom? This is all normal when you are going through postpardum. You do not have to be alone through this. There are many who feel and have been through postpardum depression or anxiety. With the help of your doctor and therapist you can overcome this. We have trained postpardum therapists who are here to help. Call us today.



Apr
25
Infertility is a pain that no woman should ever feel. Infertility is one of the biggest life challenges a couple can face. Talking can help. We are here to help you. We have trained therapists who can help you with your journey.www.towler-counseli


Infertility is a pain that no woman should ever feel. Infertility is one of the biggest life challenges a couple can face. Talking can help. We are here to help you. We have trained therapists who can help you with your journey. www.towler-counseling.com 404-580-7150 #towlercounseling #infertility# infertilityjouney #love #depression #womenmentalhealth #atlantatherapy #therapy


Mar
25
Pregnancy and depression

As we all know, 2020 and 2021 was a tough year and even tougher when you are dealing with pregnancy and depression. Recent studies have shown an increase of depression in pregnant women most assume it is due to the isolation and lack of support. Now that we are coming out of the pandemic depression is still prevalent and can be hard to get the help people need. What are signs I need to look for if I am pregnant and dealing with sadness. If you have had depression in the past, you are at a higher risk for developing postpartum or prenatal depression. Other signs include Not being able to connect with your baby during pregnancy, lack of support, living alone, thoughts of suicide or harm to sel...


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