Eric Patterson

Eric Patterson, Author at New Life Outlook

About Eric

Eric L. Patterson, LPC, is a professional counselor in western Pennsylvania, who has been working for over a decade to help his clients live happier lives. By night, he is a dad, husband, runner and freelance writer specializing in transferring his mental health knowledge and experience into clear, actionable content for his readers.

Recently, Eric’s writing has expanded to a lighter side with Consume Review Repeat. Whether the topic is as serious as the impacts of anxiety or as silly as the best iced coffees around, Eric strives to keep his writing sharp, engaging and enlightening.

Eric loves his daughters, indie rock music and all things zombies. Read more about Eric and his writing on his website.

Eric's Work

Improve Your Outlook

Improve Your Outlook to Improve Your Life

To move forward and improve your outlook on life with osteoporosis, you must first realize that the power to change begins with you.
by Eric Patterson on October 25, 2016
Overcoming the Fear of Falling with Osteoporosis

Overcoming the Fear of Falling With Osteoporosis

Falling is bad. Falling when you have osteoporosis is even worse.
by Eric Patterson on July 14, 2015
Aging and Osteoporosis

Aging and Osteoporosis

Aging and osteoporosis is so linked, that it is more helpful to consider treatments that target both instead of one or the other.
by Eric Patterson on April 15, 2015
Anxiety and Depression

Coping With Osteoporosis, Anxiety and Depression

Having a plan to reduce stress and improve overall well-being will help your ability to limit the influence of anxiety and depression on your life.
by Eric Patterson on February 17, 2015
Stress and Osteoporosis

Stress and Osteoporosis

Curious as to how stress affects your health? The more stress you have, the more likely you are to have osteoporosis. This tips will help reduce stressors!
by Eric Patterson on October 20, 2014
Depression and Self-Esteem with Osteoporosis

Improving Self-Esteem

The relationship between depression and self-esteem is important to acknowledge as many people with osteoporosis become self-conscious about how they look.
by Eric Patterson on September 22, 2014
Accepting Criticism

Quality of Life

With any chronic condition, like osteoporosis, quality of life should not take a back seat to quantity of life. Follow these steps for maximum enjoyment!
by Eric Patterson on September 9, 2014