Narcissism vs. Self-Confidence

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Narcissism vs. Self-Confidence

Many people throw around the term “narcissist” very casually, using it to describe an individual with high self-esteem rather than one who actually has narcissistic personality disorder. Below, we explain what narcissism is and how it differs from self-confidence. What Is Narcissism? Narcissistic personality disorder is a mental health condition characterized by an excessive need to feel important and impress...[ read more ]

New Office: Pembroke Pines

Caring Therapists is excited to be expanding back in Pembroke Pines.  In 2015, in its founding year, Caring Therapists began in Pembroke Pines.  Everyone knew we were on the corner of Sheridan and Douglas.  It was a two-office suite and it was perfect for a fledgling practice.  We grew out of that office in 2019 and moved over to Davie. ...[ read more ]

Issues LGBTQ Students Experience in School

Growing up is hard for just about every kid. But it can be particularly hard if you are LGBTQ+. School can be especially tricky to navigate, as these youths face unique challenges. Here are some of the most common issues LGBTQ+ students experience in school: Bullying LGBTQ+ youths are far more likely to be the targets of bullying, whether that...[ read more ]

How the Nervous System Affects Your Health

Your nervous system runs and powers every organ and every other system, from your brain to your digestion, breathing and beyond. But what many people don’t consider is that the natural aging process, toxins and diseases can damage your nervous system, and therefor your overall health and well-being. What does the nervous system do? Your nervous system is a bit...[ read more ]

How Bipolar Disorder Can Affect Relationships

Bipolar disorder is a condition that affects an individual’s mood. While manageable, the condition not only affects how a person thinks and feels, but also how they behave and act in romantic relationships. For instance, individuals with bipolar disorder experience severe high and low moods, which are typically called manic and depressive episodes. While in these emotional states, their behavior...[ read more ]

How to Deal with Family Drama Around the Holidays

For many of us, spending time with family during the holidays is something straight out of a Hallmark movie with days filled with comfort and joy. But for others, the holidays with family are scarier than Halloween. From the stress of traveling to the pressure of buying and wrapping gifts, and the fact many family members can’t be in the...[ read more ]

Introducing Your New Partner to Your Parents

Falling in love is amazing. You and the other person talk on the phone for hours, complete each other’s sentences, and give each other butterflies when you see each other in person. Life feels perfect. Could this special someone be “the one?” Well, before you can spend the rest of your life together, you’ve first got to introduce your new...[ read more ]

Types of Anxiety Disorders

At some point in our lives, most of us will experience anxiety. It’s actually a natural reaction to many stressors such as starting a new job, taking final exams, and becoming a new parent. Now for many people, the anxiety will subside once the stressor goes away. But for others, anxiety becomes persistent and even excessive, even without obvious stressors,...[ read more ]

What to Expect for Your Child’s Psychological Evaluation

Your child’s school informed you that they are struggling to keep up academically. At the playground, you noticed that they are not interested in playing with other kids. Or maybe, your pediatrician referred you for an evaluation. What now? A psychoeducational evaluation may sound like an intimidating process, but it is actually a great way to find the answers you...[ read more ]

Symptoms of Adult ADHD

A lot of discussion is given to childhood attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But this behavioral issue greatly affects adults as well. While the exact cause of adult ADHD isn’t yet understood, recent research seems to indicate that genes and heredity, the foods we eat, and our environment play key roles. Symptoms of Adult ADHD Many adults who are eventually...[ read more ]



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