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.
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!
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.”
Many of us often feel alone or shameful in our struggles with adulting, believing we’re the only ones having such a hard time with these issues. But, in my work as a therapist, I’ve come to believe that’s just not the case. We’re all struggling with adulting in some ways! And today’s post takes a deeper dive into some of the big adulting issues many of us face. Read on, and know that you’re not alone in your struggles.
“High-functioning anxiety” is a particular kind of anxiety that many young, urban professionals may experience. But often, because this anxiety doesn’t look like the more “typical” anxiety disorders, it may go unacknowledged and unaddressed. And this can be a problem. So in today’s article I share the signs of “high-functioning anxiety” and some ideas about how to treat it.
The events in Charlottesville last week have left many of us reeling. The gathering of white supremacists, the spewing of hateful, racist rhetoric, the abysmal lack of leadership from The White House — this has probably left many of us feeling sad, angry, overwhelmed, and confused.
Today, I want to share my thoughts, as well as a hand-picked round-up of articles and resources for taking care of ourselves and each other as we face it all together.