Category: Anxiety

Anxiety, Family Issues, Fatherhood, Stress

expectant dad panicsDon’t Panic, Dad-to-Be, You’re Not Alone

Dear Mr. Dad: My wife is due any day and until a week or so ago, everything was going incredibly smoothly. She and I took classes and we both read your book, “The Expectant Father” (which she liked better than most of the pregnancy books written for women). The pregnancy has been uneventful and the […]

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Aging, Anxiety, Depression

hole the shape of dadFrom Madness to Manhood: In Search of My Lost Father and Myself

“Kids have a hole in their soul in the shape of their dad. And if a father is unwilling or unable to fill that hole, it can leave a wound that is not easily healed.” Roland Warren. I was five years old when my uncle drove me to the mental hospital. I was confused and […]

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Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Suicide

is trump the mirror of americaIs Donald Trump the Mirror of America?

It’s impossible to read, watch, or listen to any media today without being bombarded by Donald Trump news and his latest tweets and actions. Some believe he is the savior of the working class. Others believe he is leading our country to disaster. Some believe he is bridging the divide between the U.S. and her […]

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Anxiety, Depression, Psychology, Relationships

male depressionMale-Type Depression: The Second Hidden Cause of Mid-Life Marriage Meltdown

I have a particular interest in preventing mid-life marriage meltdown, a problem that is becoming I increasingly prevalent today. My first marriage came to an end when I was 33 years old. We had two children and had thought our marriage would last forever.  I healed the wounds of love and loss and eventually fell […]

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Anxiety, Depression, Family Issues, Psychology, Stress

holiday bluesAvoid the Holiday Blues This Season

The six weeks encompassing Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s—collectively called “the holidays”—are for most, a magically unique time of year. But for many, the holidays bring hurt. Caused by factors including the weather, separation, death, stress, unrealistic expectations, hyper-sentimentality, guilt, or overspending, holiday depression—also called the “holiday blues”—can zap the merriment out of even the […]

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