As anyone in a long-term romantic relationship knows, there are many difference between you and your partner. And one of these differences may be the way you both naturally receive and express love. The 5 Love Languages are a helpful concept (as well as a quiz!) which can help bring more clarity and connection to your relationship if your love languages differ.
One thing I’ve learned as a therapist (and as a human) about being in a long-term romantic relationship is this: there will be points, possibly many points, where you want to quit it. Maybe it’s because you can’t stand your wife’s loud breathing for one more moment,...
Almost all of us have maladaptive thoughts – lies our brain tells us – that get in the way of living the life we want cause emotional distress. In today’s article I want to share with you what maladaptive thoughts are, provide exercises for you to identify your own, and also provide exercises for you to challenge and combat them.
As we transition into the new year I invite you to ask yourself this one question that will make 2018 the year you feed your soul and clarify what you want from your wild and precious life.
If you’re looking to set some goals with soul for this coming new year (and most importantly, ACT on them), explore this very unique annual planner from a licensed psychotherapist and successful entrepreneur.
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.