We grow up with the idea that we will find “The One” but what if this just isn’t happening for you? A therapist shares how to confront this possibility, how to grieve and make sense of it, and what else is possible instead.
Relationships are not at all always easy. And in today’s post, a therapist shares thoughts and tools to help normalize and improve your relationship.
In this post, a therapist shares 44 lessons critical healing, growth, and relational lessons she learned from spending her mid-twenties living and working at the world-famous Esalen Institute in Big Sur.
Your dreams contain powerful messages and clues for you that you can use to inform the goal and intention setting you do in your waking life. In today’s post, we explore how to do this and why you might really want to do this.
As adults, we may need to create our own holiday rituals for ourselves and our families, separate of what we did as kids. Here’s how and why we can do this in a way that takes into account your own personal dreams and wishes.
Often we hear that TV and movies can be bad for our mental health. As a therapist, I disagree and believe that sometimes it can be very helpful to us when and if used in appropriate and intentional ways. To learn what I mean by this, keep reading.