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How to be a happy commuter

For many of us, the commute to and from work brings anxiety and frustration because it is outside of our control, and we don’t like the feeling that our time is wasted. After spending all day at work, the few … Continue reading

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How to release stress

Stress comes from lack of trust that things will work out. If we genuinely trusted in our future, we would experience less anxiety and fear of what could go wrong. But simply having trust can be really hard to grasp … Continue reading

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How to handle the stress of moving in

When two people move in together, there’s often conflict at first. Some of my clients tell me they experience conflict over things like daily habits and routines when they move in with their partner. Moving in with your partner is … Continue reading

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Do you take the time to enjoy?

When was the last time you actually enjoyed your life? We tend to live in the future or in the past, rather than in the present moment. We place boundaries on when we can enjoy life, often putting off enjoyment … 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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Power Down to Power Up

During most of my life I’ve pushed myself to move forward, become successful, stay driven and achieve goals. I have recently taken up hot power yoga, which has completely transformed my life. During a class, the instructor said something that … Continue reading

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What is your Automatic Reaction?

Research shows most of our personality is formed by the time we are five years old. We go through a myriad of experiences as a young child, whose brain is developing. We learn who we are in the world, whether … Continue reading

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Gratitude to Boost Your Mood

We all know that focusing on things we are grateful for is a quick way to boost our moods. Yet, we rarely stop to focus on the positive, as we are so overwhelmed by day-to-day stressors. However, if you can … Continue reading

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Let Go… and Cry!

Many people have a difficult time crying. A lot of my clients fear that if they start crying, they won’t be able to stop. Instead of crying, they bottle up their emotions, with no outlet. Crying accompanies many emotions; anger, … Continue reading

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Are You A Workaholic?

Do you find yourself thinking more about your “to do” list than your social or family life? This is just one sign of workaholism. Other signs include working after hours, on weekends or through your lunch break, feeling guilty or … Continue reading

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