Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Person Who Changed My Life…

I want you to take a moment and think about all that you have to be grateful for, perhaps your kids, your job, your partner, your health. Now think about how you have come to have these things. Likely through … Continue reading

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The Fine Line Between Anxiety And Excitement

There’s a fine line between antagonizing anxiety and exhilarating excitement. You may have heard of the following quote: “Excitement is anxiety without the breath.” If you are anxious, it means you are alive. So if you take a deep breath, … Continue reading

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Are You Running From Yourself?

Feeling your pain can be a gift. Throughout my years as a psychotherapist, I have noticed most people are afraid to spend time with themselves and feel their emotions.  We all have unprocessed emotions and old painful wounds from the … Continue reading

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Letters To Yourself

Are you good at apologizing? When was the last time you said, “I am sorry” to someone you hurt, either intentionally or not. As a psychotherapist, I have been witness to people treating themselves like dirt, putting everyone else first. … Continue reading

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It’s Time To Divorce Doubt

A lot of us doubt ourselves. We have a constant commentary in our heads saying, “I can’t do this,” “Everything’s going to fall apart,” “It’s not going to work out,” “If good things happen, it’ll end soon,” “If I don’t … Continue reading

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