Addiction

Don’t Eat Your Feelings:

For quite some time now, I have found that it not easy for most people to experience their true emotions without consequences. Feelings are complex, difficult, and often a scary proposition for many to tackle. It is not uncommon to

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Low Self-Worth Disease

First of all, I just heard someone describe themselves as have Self-Worth Disease. This struck me as a rather common problem for many. If you happen to be a high or over-achiever (is there such a thing?), then you likely

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Affection, Intimacy & Connection

Verbal affirmation, validation, and expressions of love are necessary for intimacy, loving and connection to your partner. Depending on what you witnessed and grew up with in your family of origin will determine how you express love, affection, gratitude and

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Vaping..New Dangers Emerging

Lung illnesses increasing according to this recent USA Today and Time Magazine articles. It seems, Vaping is causing more damage and even deaths. If you believe Vaping is less dangerous that smoking, perhaps you need to reconsider. Vaping is an addiction

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Feeling Good About My Blog

Some new data and overview of my blog views just released. Pretty awesome so many are reading, finding and accessing the information. 117,000 plus views. WOW, I am happy.  Hopefully will share what is relevant and useful to friends and

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Kind Words Go a Long Way

Just how kind are you with your words, thoughts and communication with loved ones, family and friends? Take a moment to consider how affirming, validating and positive you are with your life partner. If you are thinking these thoughts but

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What is your Kryptonite?

Superman had one vulnerability, it was Kryptonite. It caused him to be weak and lose his power.  Superman was afraid of just one thing—kryptonite. This small piece of his home world can put him on his knees, heart pounding, weak,

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Parenting & Criticism

Take a moment to consider how much of the time are you correcting, criticizing or critiquing your child’s behavior? If your comment count is not more positive than negative, you might want to rethink how and what your communication is

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Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor

Dr. Mike Klaybor brings thirty years of experience in practicing counseling psychology with individuals and couples. His approach is cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT. Specific specialties include; anxiety and stress management, chronic pain & chronic illness management, depression, substance abuse evaluations, employee assistance and executive coaching for workplace performance and leadership.