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What Dissociation is and How to Stop Dissociating

Please let this be the last webpage/blog/video that you take in about this topic for the rest of the day.

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What to Say When Asking for a Salary Raise: Email Template

Coaching people on how to get a raise from their respective employer is something that I've been doing for years.

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Climbing Deeper Into The Acceptance Matrix

One of the core tenant in the therapy I practice with people is acceptance: being able to accept what life gives us.

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One Little Change

When it comes to working on our goals, simply change your internal and external language from "I have to do this" to "I do this."

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How to Regulate Your Nervous System : Therapist Tips

That it is good to experience sadness and anger. They bring us gifts and inform us of our values.

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Coping with a Depressive Episode : How to Get Through

For the sake of simplicity, I am going to ask you to consider in the midst of a depressive episode if you need to go up or down

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How to Handle Dissociation: Tips on What to Do

Dissociation is something that our body naturally does and something that everybody experiences to some regard in their life.

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Quotes for Healing Grief: Help from a Therapist

With the time that we exist on this earth there are none who make it unscathed, and perhaps the only good news in that fact is that at least we are not alone.

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What a Gratitude Practice is and the Health Benefits

Dissatisfaction means that we are looking at something and saying, this could be better.

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The Right Words to Comfort Someone Grieving After a Loss

We at times find ourselves unfamiliar of how to navigate the waters when one is experiencing great sorrow.

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How to Help Someone with Depression: Ways to Support

"Rarely does a response make something better. What makes something better is connection."

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Five Ways To Cope With Anxiety

The language of anxiety always seemed to just make sense to me.

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Duty or Delight

There are two simple ways that delight loses its power in our lives. ‍

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A Really Good Failure

If you are never failing then you are never truly finding where your limits are.

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How To Find The Right Counselor

There's time, money, and energy: you get to pick two.

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From Muscles To Brain To Heart

"In the past, jobs were about muscles, now they're about brains, but in the future they'll be about the heart." - Minouche Shafik, director, London School of Economics.

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Why I Want My Kids to Fail

I see so many people in my practice that tell me they were not allowed to fail growing up and the adverse effects if has had on them.

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Climbing Deeper Into The Acceptance Matrix

One of the core tenant in the therapy I practice with people is acceptance: being able to accept what life gives us.

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What Does Perfect Cost You?

Have you ever thought about what your perfectionism is costing you?

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Break Up With Your Phone

If your phone is the first thing you touch in the morning and the last thing you see at night, or if you find yourself taking your phone with you to the bathroom, you might want to listen up.

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What Are Your Values?

It is my belief that a value driven life is what helps us achieve our goals and live a full and flourishing life.

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Anxiety

Why Your Anxiety is Getting Worse: When to Get Help

Do you live a life where anxiety is going to thrive?

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How Long Do Anxiety Attacks Last?: Signs and Symptoms

He told me, "I don't think I've ever experienced anxiety."

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Anxiety and the Effects on the Body and Physical Health

I began to feel the muscle tension taking place in my body.

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Get A Better Relationship With Your Anxiety

The root of anxiety pretty much lies in one thing: uncertainty.

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OCD

Know the Difference Between OCD and Anxiety Disorder

All squares are rectangles, but not all rectangles are squares.

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What Having Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Really Means

"I'm so OCD." Agh! Even just the grammar of it is annoying.

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Types of OCD Intrusive Thoughts: Understanding Symptoms

Trigger warning. This blog talks specifically about upsetting intrusive thoughts. Please read at your own discretion.

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The Impacts and Affects of OCD on Relationships

If there were ever a mental health condition that met the criteria for being a "family disease," then it would be obsessive compulsive disorder.

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Relationships

How to Overcome Your Insecurity in Relationships

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How to Overcome Codependency and Save Your Relationships

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A Guide on How Couples Therapy Sessions Work

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Can You Have PTSD From a Relationship? : Signs and Symptoms

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Connect In Your Relationships

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Trauma

Patience and Making The Bed

Truth be told, I am not a very patient person..

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The Power of Vulnerability

She defines vulnerability to be "the emotion that we experience during times of uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure."

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