Over the past five days I have been at a conference in Washington D.C. with thousands of therapists, psychologists, social workers, and helping people. In person and online we joined together at the Psychotherapy Network Symposium. It was extra special to be in the company of my fantastic co-workers and supervisor. Last year was transformative,Continue reading “Find Your “Bubble of Love””
Understanding your fears (what you think, feel, and how you behave) is the first step in changing behavior that leads to less suffering.
This recipe is a magical tool you can use to communicate with your family, friends, coworkers, partner, and even strangers who get invade your space.
It’s February, the month of love. Or is it? In January we tend to create goals, set our New Year resolutions, and make big plans and set up high expectations for ourselves. In February we may still be riding the “high” of the new year, or settling for, “I’ll try again next year”. Maybe inContinue reading “February Goal Check In”
Remember you don’t need a reason to say “No” but it’s your responsibility to communicate what people can expect from you.
Today was our family’s first day of homeschool. Not virtual school… real (all on me) homeschool. It wasn’t an easy choice, but it is definitely right for our family (discussion for another post). During our first “school lunch” I’m sitting at the park thinking about how resilient my kids have been and how important pickingContinue reading “Picking Your Battles”