In the Roman calendar March was the first month of the year as it was the transition from winter to spring. This winter, I persevered through self-guilt and made time for rest and renewal.
If you live in the US, over 44 million American adults have a mental health condition. Yet, many Americans experiencing a mental health condition still report having an unmet need. If you or someone you know is looking for change, let me share with you my outside the box beliefs on therapy.
2018 left us many teachings, as it came with exciting challenges. We launched this blog, started private practice, partnered with other professionals to share our story, and all while also trying to balance our full time jobs and personal lives. 2018 was grand! Our blog reached readers in 49 countries since its launching and we… Continue reading 10 Powerful Tips for 2019
The adrenaline rush of a new occurrence, the mystery of an unforeseen experience and the excitement of endless possibilities. This is the spirit of adventure.
We can change our external experience/world but if we continue to engage in old, destructive behavior or patterns of thinking, more of the same will be created. The past will become our present and our future.
Research shares that we retain 80% of what we experience. It is not until we experience a different perspective that ours widens.
Forgiveness does not mean that you forget or condone what someone has done to you. Forgiveness has you acknowledge what was done and how it affected you.
If we forget our own power and choose to assign it to something or someone outside of ourselves, we might remain powerless and frustrated.
I learned that asking someone of their experience instead of judging their experience was much more powerful.
June is the month to celebrate the fathers in our lives. In this post, you will read of two complex men that taught invaluable lessons to their daughters.
We are here to tell you that therapy can become your ally. It is a space where a trained professional will listen without judgement. A space where you can safely explore the pain and eventually flick it off, sending it on its way.
For many, one of the coolest aspects of adulthood is learning and understanding one's parents on a deeper level. I've developed a new appreciation for who they were, what they’ve lived, and who they are today, especially, my mother.
Not all trauma is traced back to childhood and not all trauma involves family. But all trauma impacts our life and our perspective on life.
The decisions we make after an experience are so subtle that one doesn’t notice how it hinders you until something happens.
We can be as spiritual as we want to be but certain situations will test us and will sometimes break us (for the moment).