Neurodiversity: The Next Wave in Mental Health Activism?

Neurodiversity: The Next Wave in Mental Health Activism?

The neurodiversity movement is helping clinicians, educators, parents, and those themselves who identify as neurodiverse understand that there are, in fact, tremendous gifts and even social and evolutionary advantages that come along with being neurodiverse. In today’s article, we walk through what neurodiversity is and how you can support yourself or a loved one if you/they experience neurodiversity.

The Psychological Importance Of Creating *Your Own* Holiday Rituals.

The Psychological Importance Of Creating *Your Own* Holiday Rituals.

The holidays invite us to practice traditions and rituals. Some of us may have traditions and rituals we inherited from our families and communities which we love. If this is you, great! But if you don’t have any or want to create new ones and don’t know how to do it, today’s blog post on the psychological important of creating your own holiday rituals is for you.

Why Halloween Can Be Therapeutic & How We Can Learn From It.

Why Halloween Can Be Therapeutic & How We Can Learn From It.

Halloween is a dearly loved holiday by so many of us (myself included!). But did you also know that it has potential therapeutic value? In today’s post, I want to share why I think Halloween has therapeutic value and how we can channel this more into our daily lives to support our personal growth.

Comfort For When It Feels Like The World Is Ending…

Comfort For When It Feels Like The World Is Ending…

If you, like so many of us, have been challenged by issues in your life and by the world, this gift from me to you may bring you needed comfort and clarity. It’s an ebook called “A Little Handbook For Life’s Tough Times” and I wrote it to help you get through any crisis, tough time, or major transition you may be going through. I hope it feels helpful to you.

Things I’m Loving Series: The Feeling Less Alone Theme.

Things I’m Loving Series: The Feeling Less Alone Theme.

In this day and age, feeling alone, disconnected and isolated is increasingly common. In this post – the first of a new series called “Things I’m Loving”, I want to share three resources – a podcast, a book, and a movie – to help you feel less alone in your relationship, opinions, and life as a woman. Keep reading and let me know what other resource you would add to this list!

Negative Thinking Changes Your Brain: So Which Wolf Are You Feeding?

Negative Thinking Changes Your Brain: So Which Wolf Are You Feeding?

Chronic negative thinking not only makes you feel bad, it literally changes your brain structure and, according to some, can even predetermine your reality. In today’s post, I want to share more about the neuroscience behind this, along with a collection of tools and resources to help you interrupt the negative thinking and help you start to “feed the good wolf.”

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