Resilience and Preparing to Bounce Back Better

I highlighted an interesting statistic in my last blog, Resilience and Bouncing Back with Benefits, but I think it is worth restating. Seventy-five percent of those experiencing trauma are resilient, and 25% struggle, begging the question, “What distinguishes those individuals who evidence resilience from those who develop anxiety, depression, or … Read More

Imperfectly Fine

It is also essential that we tell ourselves that while we can always do our best, we are imperfectly fine.

An Honest Look in 2021

Striving to be honest with self and then activate the accompanying steps may bear personal growth and achievement than resolutions.

A Better Version of Yourself

A better version of yourself might be the best gift you can give yourself, particularly in these days of COVID.

Trust, Part 3: Safe People

Safe people connect with us in a way that is authentic and present, giving us the abilty to establish trust in the relationship and person.

Trust – Part I: Unsafe People

Dr. Henry Cloud and Dr. John Townsend, authors of Safe People, address relational trust from three perspectives: unsafe people, attracting unsafe people, and safe people.

When Anger Masks Anxiety

When anger masks underlying anxiety, attacking anxiety can accelerate success. Skill building gives us the ability to interrupt escalating anxiety.