Month: August 2017

Beating Your “Yes” Addiction

Though we all have exactly 24 hours in a day, why does it seem like […]

Your Depression May Be Telling You What You Need To Hear

Not all depression is equal. Depression exists on a continuum from mild to extreme and […]

What’s At the End of Your Rope?

It never fails. It seems that all I have to do is sit down at […]

Relief From Anxiety and Panic Attacks: Ann’s Story

While not much is known about what specifically makes energy psychology so effective,  there is […]

What Can I Expect From a Session Using This Approach?

  Psychological functioning involves thought, emotion, chemistry, neurology, genetics and environmental aspects but at an […]

Got Gratitude?

Raising Kids With and Attitude of Gratitude The research is growing which confirms the benefits […]

Depressed? Blame Your iPhone

We hear a lot these days about how our phones are affecting our relationships because […]

Groundhog Day: How My Parents’ Divorce Lived On In Me

I was in my early thirties when I began to wonder if the death of […]

A Plane, A Hawk and A Butterfly

I used to love playing an obscure board game called TriBond. Very few people I […]

3 Secrets About Men From Watching Boys at Play

My husband and I started our family with a son and kept adding them until […]