A woman called me saying her love relationship was struggling. She wanted to find a therapist who would work with both her and her boyfriend. But after she suggested to her boyfriend that they come to see me, she sent me this message “I do not know what to do anymore. I asked Harry to join […]
social intelligence, feelings, boundaries, emotions, humor
To love yourself unconditionally means to treasure yourself merely because you exist.
Have you ever wondered how to stop procrastinating? It’s important to learn if you repeatedly find yourself stuck in an unhealthy body, friendships, intimate relationships or work environments.
Although, at times, those with high resilience feel nervous, they are typically immune to feeling high anxiety. For others, full blown panic attacks can not only be frightening and exhausting but debilitating.
Surely we want to tell stories that enhance our vitality, harmony and work satisfaction.
How can you tell if you are addicted to approval?
In every group and organization there are stories of how we interact with and influence one another. Like movies, their themes may include biographies, family, fantasy, horror, drama, comedy, romance, mystery, history, news, adventure, crime and war. They are ripe with symbolic slaves, warlords, jesters, workaholics, bullies, victims, rescuers, seductresses and gigolos, lobbyists, defenders, missionaries, visionaries, leaders, kings, queens, attorneys, defenders, legislators, lobbyists, environmentalists, angels, saviors, godmothers or godfathers
Stories have themes and players. They include relationships with ourselves, our past, families, friendships, lovers and co-workers. Here we will focus on the work environment.
Oftentimes people are attacking out of their own hang-ups and it has little to do with us.
It is challenging to make sense of the complicated emotion of anger.
Really, a dream can strengthen resilience? Yep, and here’s why and how.
There are as many ways to journal as there are reasons.