Minimizing Prevents Healing

When we engage in minimizing our emotions, they don’t just go away. They are still there, slowly building up.

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.

When Your Loved One Has OCD

OCD does not have to control your loved one or your family forever. There are plenty of people who can help you get through this season of life.

After-School Meltdowns

An after-school meltdown may be your child releasing their pent up mental, physical and emotional energy after a full day of needing to exercise a lot of self-control.

Finding a Sense of Awe

Research shows that feeling awe regularly promotes well being and health, enduring personal change, and fosters social connectedness, humility, and a more balanced view of self.