Getting Through a Motherless Mother’s Day

*Disclaimer: This blog is about my own personal growth/process with loss and grief. What works for me may not work for you and that is perfectly fine. Take the time you need to grieve. If you ...

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When Someone Pushes Our Buttons

I spend a significant amount of time helping clients understand their “buttons” or “triggers”. We all have them and we all know how to push the buttons of our loved ones. I enjoy helping people ...

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Dispelling The Myth That True Love Should Be Easy

I often hear people say things like “If it’s meant to be, marriage/sex/love should come naturally.” There are many messages in our culture that elude to this notion, from fairy tales to poetry. ...
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Mental Health for Mental Health Practitioners

“You can’t pour from an empty cup.” Most of us have heard that saying. And it’s a truth that holds weight both literally, and figuratively. But what about when it’s your job to pour, and the work ...
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It's Okay To Be Happy

It’s ok to be selfish - Self Care
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Is Sexuality Fluid?

We are living in a society that is more open to things than ever before. Men are physically changing into women and women into men. Black and white answers, regarding sexuality, no longer exist ...
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Letting what is Inside, OUT & who is Outside, IN

I get deep thought inspiration from the oddest sources, I realize.  Most recently, I was watching a Sex and the City movie (the 2nd not so great one) when I zoned in on one statement made by ...

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Turning Toward Your Partner

Turning towards your partner in times of conflict, or stress for comfort and support is a key factor in maintaining closeness and a secure bond in relationships. When things get tough in a ...

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Taking The Time To Know Yourself

Today, so many people are worried about looking a certain way or upholding a certain standard that we haven't truly gotten the opportunity to know who we are, what we like, and what makes us ...
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