Valentine's Day may seem like a sweet holiday, but whether you're single or taken, it can quickly turn sour if you have the wrong attitude. I wanted to share some tips to combat specific anxieties around Valentine's Day that I regularly come across in my practice. These will address all forms of anxiety you may be feeling, whether you're in a happy, new relationship, if you're single, if you're going though a breakup, or in a not-so-happy relationship.
The Path to Mindfulness
Before I became a clinical psychologist I was a certified yoga teacher, so I have been studying mindfulness for years. The field of psychology has recently begun embracing the concept of mindfulness, and these days it's common to hear the term being thrown around outside of mental health and wellness contexts. I consider mindfulness to be a crucial tool both inside and outside of therapy, but I find that many people don't fully understand what it means and how to practice it. This series of blog posts will explain why I find mindfulness to be important, and how you can learn to use it to your benefit.

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