A few weekends ago I saw Wonder Woman and loved it.
I’m not sure if you’ve seen it yet, but I highly recommend you do. Because, as a therapist and feminist, I have some thoughts about why Wonder Woman may matter so much to each of us as women particularly in this day and age.
We’ve all heard the term “Spiritual Bypassing” but what does it actually mean? And what does it have in common with key psychological concepts like psychological integration, The Shadow, and projection? Keep reading to find out and to learn why it’s critical we work to heal this in ourselves for the sake of our relationships and for our overall mental health.
One of the hardest realizations many of us face on our healing journeys is coming to terms with that fact that we were “The Black Sheep” of our families and then doing all the necessary grieving and healing work that may be required of us because of this. But if we do, there is a tremendous amount of growth and healing opportunity if you’re “The Black Sheep”. This post will explore why, how, and what may be needed to help your own personal growth.
The work of actively and consciously remothering yourself – bringing awareness to any wounds, patterns and behaviors that stemmed from your childhood experience with your mother – is one of the healthiest and most effective kinds of psychological work we as women in today’s patriarchal world can do. In today’s article, I share why this is and what remothering work means.
I’ve just returned from my wedding and honeymoon in New Zealand. I’ve married my best friend and life partner and, because of this, felt moved to write today’s post. This post is inspired not only by what I’ve come to believe personally and professionally about love, but also inspired by the many relationship teachers and mentors I’ve learned from over the years.
As a therapist, I’m often asked, “How can I be happier?” Today’s post contains my answer in the form of 5 tips plus some great, free multimedia resources.
Keep reading to learn what my surprising, paradoxical tips are and to get your hands on some complementary resources to help you boost your own happiness.