A Date With Darkness Podcast is hosted by Dr. Natalie Jones, Psyd, LPCC, a licensed psychotherapist in California. Join Dr. Jones for an intimate discussion about the effects of abuse and healing from relationship trauma.
Today's episode addresses those who may be hurting or resentful of Valentine's Day. In this solocast, I discuss why we may be hurting on Valentine's Day and how we can cope with the hurt that we feel on this day.
*Please note: Information provided on this episode are general tips and suggestions. This episode may not be suitable for everyone, and the information provided should not be substituted for treatment with a licensed mental health practitioner.
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