D'Arienzo Psychology Blog

How Not To F*ck Up Your Life – One Week at a Time (May 10, 2022)

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

How Not To F*ck Up Your Life – One Week at a Time May 10, 2022 Most psychologists & others with professional degrees often go straight through with school but I had a little bumpy road …   Remember – what you see online is only a snippet of someone’s story!!!   Don’t let shame, […]

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Cues to Anger

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

There are four cues that occur in response to an anger-provoking event: physical, behavioral, emotional, and cognitive. Identifying and coping with these cues are crucial in anger management. These cues are a warning sign that prove you’ve become angry or your anger is escalating. To learn more on effective anger management strategies, take one of Dr. D’Arienzo’s online Anger Management Courses.

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How Not To F*ck Up Your Life – One Week at a Time (May 3, 2022)

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

How Not To F*ck Up Your Life – One Week at a Time May 3, 2022 Did you know there is a psychological reason women like self care more than men?!   Self care helps you maintain a youthful & fertile appearance   Do you know what a hobosexual is?!   Remember – all your […]

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Breaking the Anger Habit

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

In order to break the anger habit, you must become aware of what triggers your anger. These triggers can be events, circumstances, or behaviors that provoke you to become angry. There are two strategies for controlling your anger: immediate and preventative strategies. Dr. D’Arienzo also offers two online Anger Management Courses for more strategies and information. Click here to read more on controlling and breaking your anger!

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How Not To F*ck Up Your Life – One Week at a Time (April 26, 2022)

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

How Not To F*ck Up Your Life – One Week at a Time April 26, 2022 Is it ever okay to pressure your partner to have sex with you?!   Some mild encouragement is okay but blaming, guilting or withholding your love is not! Practice empathy, communicate with your partner & lower the pressure … […]

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When Does Anger Become a Problem?

when is anger a problem

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Anger is a natural response which ranges from mild irritation to fury and rage. Prolonged and frequent feelings of anger are destructive to the body physically, mentally, and emotionally. There are numerous negative consequences and problems when you express your anger inappropriately or too intensely. Dr. D’Arienzo can help teach you to manage your anger and get control of your life. By taking one of his online Anger Management Courses, you can effectively limit and manage your episodes of anger.

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How Not To F*ck Up Your Life – One Week at a Time (April 19, 2022)

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

How Not To F*ck Up Your Life – One Week at a Time April 19, 2022 Can men & women be just friends?!   If you value your relationship, be cautious with your opposite sex friends.   Did you ever have sex education?!   Stay tuned for more seggsy evolutionary psychology fun facts – this […]

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How to Adjust to the Sudden News of Divorce

High Conflict Divorce Course

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Whether the news of divorce is sudden or not so sudden, there are seven resiliency factors to aid you through this process. These factors contribute to stability for both individuals and families after divorce. If you can identify and grasp these areas to cope with your divorce early on, you will be able to better your parenting and co-parenting skills as well. Dr. D’Arienzo can assist you in finding resilience to become closer to family and friends throughout your divorce process. Take our parent education and family stabilization course or high conflict course to find out more about effective coparenting.

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Models and Stages of Divorce

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Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Divorce shares very similar patters of grief when losing a loved one to death. With the help of Kubler Ross, Paul Bohannan, and Stanley Hagemeyer, a collection of divorce phases has been created to move you through the emotional processes of divorce. Though every divorce is unique, these models lead to a divorcing persons transformation from their married to new independent self. Dr. D’Arienzo, after working with thousands of divorcing and divorced individuals, is able to get you to the point of being adaptable to the single life, independent, and self-supportive. Take one of our divorce courses or high conflict courses to improve your coparenting relationship.

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The Golden Egg

Posted by: Dr. Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

The Golden Egg March 21, 2022 Have you ever heard of the golden egg? It must be protected at all costs. Think about nearly every romantic fairytale you’ve ever heard of, talked about or that’s been written – regardless of culture. If we drill down to the root of the story, it’s about a wealthy […]

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