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Does Your Family Make You Sick?

DOES YOUR FAMILY MAKE YOU SICK?


Does anger, sadness, or anxiety rule your life on a daily basis?
It could be due to experiences you have had growing up, or because you are still living in a home with others who are making you physically and emotionally sick.  Not only could these problems cause you undue stress, but your spouse and children can also be experiencing problems because of what is going on in the home.

Let's face it, those we love have a lot of influence on our life.  The way one is raised often dictates how we lead our own life.  It may cause one to make poor choices or to act out in unhealthy ways.  In an effort to avoid the pain, some turn to alcohol or drugs while others go from one relationship to another.  Children living in these situations may act out in school or show poor academic achievement.

It is not uncommon to see people who come into therapy to deal with the anger, depression, or anxiety that has become too much for them to handle alone.  Couples bring some of these issues to light in relationship counseling.  As one learns to identify the reasons for their behaviors they are able to move forward into healthier behaviors for living.

Many need to deal with a poor self-image, setting boundaries, and other means of reclaiming their life.  Therapy with a trained professional such as myself can help to change ones life.

Dr. Nona Owens
580 Springridge Rd.
Suite 4-A
Clinton, Mississippi, 39056

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