What is your anger telling you?

Anger can feel protective, but it’s usually a sign of deeper emotions like sadness, hurt, and shame. Lashing out can be destructive.

Recognizing Signs of Self-Harm

If you suspect a loved one of self-harm, here are possible warning signs to look for and encouraging steps you can take to help.

Practicing Self-Compassion

Next time you notice your inner critic, try to practice self-compassion and then take time to reflect on how it makes you feel!

Practicing Emotional Hygiene

It’s often what’s unseen that’s most important, so checking your emotional state should be as common as practicing daily hygiene.

Anxiety and Rigidity

Excessive structure and rigid boundaries can prolong anxiety and make the symptoms stronger. How can we be curious about our response?

The Danger of Holding a Grudge

The Danger of Holding a Grudge – if we can find a way to seek forgiveness for others, we can move on with our lives.