Dr. Shults recommends a book  if your child is having major behavior problems.

Dr. Shults explains why gratitude can balance our thinking.

Dr. Shults explains why your "serious face"

can be the safest.

Two quick methods for maintaining calm - combat breathing, and progressive muscle relaxation.

Dr. Shults addresses the tactical issues associated with stress management.

A common problem that interferes with relaxation and sleep is intrusive thoughts. Here are some tips to clear your mind.

Here are some tips for doing a self assessment of our state of mind.

We can be encouraged that the feelings we have after a major event in our lives are normal!

The information on this page is the author's opinion and does not constitute therapy or medical advice. 

Shults reframes stress as a tactical survival issue.

How often do you feel angry? Dr. Shults addresses the sources of and responses to feelings of anger.

Dr. Shults recommends a couple of helpful books on marriage.

Dr. Shults reminds us that ego threats can cause aggression.

Dr. Shults discusses how to cope with the "police personality".

Dr. Shults recommends a book to help develop your communication and relationship skills.

Dr. Shults recommends When Cops Kill - a must read for police before they get involved in a major UOF event.