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"Whatever You Do, Don't Upset Her:" The Passive Pain Caused by The Enabler Parent by Debbie Tudor, LPC-S, Remote Counseling Services Although children of narcissists may sense that "something" is off about their narcissistic parent, they often...

How a Narcissistic Parent Damages You

How a Narcissistic Parent Damages You

 Do you know the ways that a Narcissistic Parent might have damaged YOU? Healing The Past: Adult Children of Narcissistic Parents By Debbie Tudor, LPC Supervisor "Why is getting along with my mother so hard?" said my client, sighing deeply as...

Dealing with a Narcissist: My Healthy Habits

Dear Friends and Clients: Ever wonder if I practice what I preach to YOU in session? Since I've been asked this question so many times, I've decided to share my healthy habits with you! Now, these don't happen EVERY single day without fail, but they are an essential...

Taking the Stress out of New Year’s Resolutions

  Email Debbie for an appointment! Tell Me-How to Take the Stress Out of Resolutions By Debbie Tudor, LPC-Supervisor Rockwall Counseling, PA/Remote Counseling for YOU!   We now enter the coldest, darkest time of year. When we have just finished overspending,...

Signs of Depression in Adults
PLEASE NOTE: this list is NOT intended to diagnose or treat you. See a licensed mental health provider or medical professional for proper diagnosis and treatment.
Most people get “the blues” sometimes that last a day or two. However, Major Depressive Disorder is a SERIOUS and often FATAL illness that occurs in approximately 6.7 percent of US adults. Medications can be helpful, but come with side effects that many people cannot tolerate. Medications will NOT cure the mistaken belief system causing the depression.
Without talk therapy to both uncover the root cause of the depression and learn ways to manage it, depression can persist despite medication. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or CBT, can help you uncover the beliefs you carry about life without even knowing it. These beliefs often contribute to depression below your level of awareness. Once uncovered, I can help you face and refute the irrational thoughts and replace them with healthy, logical thoughts.
If you are experiencing any of these symptoms on a frequent or daily basis, please contact me for a full professional evaluation:

– sadness
– pessimism
– feeling like a failure
– loss of pleasure
– guilty feelings
– punishment feelings
– self-dislike
– self-criticalness
– suicidal thoughts or a sense of, It would be – better if I weren’t here*
– crying, or unable to cry anymore
– feeling agitated
– no interest
– hard to decide things
– feeling worthless
– no energy
– sleep issues
– irritable
– appetite changes, up or down
– can’t concentrate
– fatigue
– no sexual interest

(Adapted from the Beck Depression Inventory)
Taking that step to call us for an appointment is hard, but can be the best decision you ever make. Email us for in-office or REMOTE Therapy!