Why You Should Still Go to Therapy Even If You’re “Fine”

Simply stated: therapy is a space for your humanness.  You have a non-judgmental relationship with someone who will hold anything-absolutely anything-that burdens you. Therapy allows for exploration into the idiosyncrasiesof your life. I aim to create a space place for all my clients, where void of any labels, they are come as they are: enoughContinue reading “Why You Should Still Go to Therapy Even If You’re “Fine””

You are worth EVERYTHING

📸 :by Content Pixie on Unsplash Self-Love is a phrase or a movement that seems to be really on-trend right now. And although I 100% support the encouragement to be more self-loving I notice how many are unsure of how to be more loving towards themselves. Self-love shouldn’t be a superficial sign of indifference butContinue reading “You are worth EVERYTHING”

Hulking Out: Angry Feelings

Anger can fuel you for a lifetime. Although, at times justified, it is an emotion you have to learn to soothe and navigat towards healing. Let go of anger. When you erupt in anger you often feel much worse. How? By identifying what causing you to become angry and identifying what is lying underneath. Bubbling underneathContinue reading “Hulking Out: Angry Feelings”

7 Tips To Improving Your Self-Confidence

  Confidence is a highly desired quality. Those that possess confidence are often admired and elevated to the status as a role model. Confidence is available to us all. However, there are situations, people, and events that rob us of our confidence. Confidence is something to be nurtured. Once it is nurtured, watch it grow!Continue reading “7 Tips To Improving Your Self-Confidence”

How Unplugging Helped Me Connect

Photo by Nicholas Santoianni on Unsplash I had a plan. I even blogged it. While away I would still post. I would show my presence in the internet world in some way. Technology is amazing. I will not argue about its effectivness in connecting people. I am able to work with clients virtually, I connectContinue reading “How Unplugging Helped Me Connect”

My 10 Commandments for an Intentional Life

Photo by Mark Duffel on Unsplash I recommend my clients to create a personal set of “rules for living” or their own “dogma for life”. Why? I find that it is important for us to have a standard in living. It allows us to know our limits, how we want to live our life, inContinue reading “My 10 Commandments for an Intentional Life”

5 Steps to Keep Calm

Photo by Dingzeyu Li on Unsplash There are moments when we are bound to lose our cool. Whether you have had it with your children’s misbehavior, a co-worker’s incompetence, or simply you are having a tough day! It’s perfectly normal to not be even-tempered all the time. Acknowledge your feeling (s) and take action that will help thatContinue reading “5 Steps to Keep Calm”

5 Steps to Deal With Life’s Disappointments

Disappointment is a part of life. As much as we do not want to experience such emotion it is a part of the human experience. Rather than avoid or suppress I suggest we learn how to process it. The messaging that we should just be happy and think positive thoughts can be harmful and robContinue reading “5 Steps to Deal With Life’s Disappointments”

Co-dependency Continued

A co-dependent relationship can exist beyond a romantic relationship. (There are co-dependent parental relationships, friendships, sibling relationships, etc.)  Once you’ve recognized that you are in a co-dependent relationship, there are some steps that you can take to create boundaries. The first step is realizing that this relationship isn’t healthy. Ideally, if you find yourself inContinue reading “Co-dependency Continued”

Are you in a co-dependent relationship?

The definition of co-dependency is an excessive need of a person. Co-dependency is an unhealthy characteristic of a relationship ( I am using the word relationship to refer to all types of relationships). There are warning signs that may signal to you that you are in a co-dependent relationship. The co-dependent relationship doesn’t just happen,Continue reading “Are you in a co-dependent relationship?”