“I feel so bad I ruined my kids’ lives.” At Stenzel Clinical, we hear that sentence a lot from parents battling divorce guilt. But remember this: Divorce doesn’t ruin kids. Bad parenting does. Good parents can raise amazing children, even after a marriage has come to an end. Here are some tips on how to do it. 1. Give them the
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Advice for Introverts: Be You
Often, introverted people wish they could be a bit louder, more outgoing. But as Grant Stenzel says in this video, all you need to do is be genuine to who you are.
Only crazy people need therapy. You’re not crazy. Don’t be a baby. You can heal yourself. Whatever mental health stigmas you encounter, remember: None of them are true. Counseling and therapy can change your life, and you deserve the peace that comes with having hope.
There are plenty of reasons a spouse might return to work after being at home. Money is a common reason, but job satisfaction and even mental stimulation are contributing factors as well. But whatever the reason, one thing is certain: There will be an adjustment period. Here are a few suggestions from us at Stenzel Clinical to ensu
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We want to help remove this stigma and show people that mental health issues are nothing to be ashamed of. In this video, Jennifer Stenzel, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, discusses this issue and why there should be no stigma surrounding mental health disorders.
It’s already April. So, how are your resolutions going? You may be sticking to them, or you may have already reverted to your 2016 ways. If you’re not happy with your efforts since the turn of the year, now is the perfect time to reflect, refine and return to your resolutions. Here are some key points that explain how to set realistic