Medical Reviewer
Rachelle Adams, LPC, LMFT
Rachelle Adams

Rachelle Adams, MA, LPC, LMFT, LCDC, ADS, graduated from St. Edward's University with a BA in anthropology and an MA in counseling with a dual emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy and Professional Counseling. She has experience counseling adults, families and couples coping with grief, trauma, addiction, existential concerns, sexuality and recovery. 

Know the differences between these two mental health conditions and how to handle them.
It's a critical time for your relationship, and all third-party advice needs to be beneficial.
There are multiple techniques you can use to self-regulate as you process intense emotions.
A horrible boss can quickly turn into a horrible nightmare, even causing PTSD symptoms.
Your fight-or-flight response is always on, you're irritable, paranoid and you can't sleep.
Yes, trauma in regard to food is real and often stems from childhood experiences.
It's the little things that mean the most to help with this common, yet devastating, illness.
Overcome unhealthy obsessions with food and your body by using these practices during recovery.
Emotional highs and lows don't solely affect the patient.
The symptoms can complicate a lot of things—including your romantic life.