Grief is best served when witnessed by a loving presence. This is the ointment needed to soothe the wounds of a grieving person, according to renowned grief specialist, David Kessler. Just being present with grief means more than we know.
Anxiety Experienced in Social Settings
People who suffer from social anxiety worry constantly about what others think of them. It is important for them to have support.
Codependency (Part 1)
Let’s explore together what it looks like to create healthy habits in the way we interact with others and ourselves.
Supportive, Neutral, or Destructive?
Create a simple goal for yourself to INCREASE the supportive people in your life & DECREASE the destructive people in your life.
The Glue to Intimacy
Have you ever heard that emotion is the glue to intimacy? When someone knows how we feel, we are connected.
Galentine’s Day, Every Day
Did you celebrate Galentine’s Day? Same-sex friendships can be some of the most valuable and foundational relationships in our lives.
Encourage One Another
In the context of relationships, one of the most important things we can learn is to celebrate and encourage one another.
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.
Be Your Own Best Friend
The next time you’re struggling with an issue and feeling really low, try speaking to yourself the same way you would speak to your best friend.
Do I need a therapist or a friend?
Friendship connections are key to a healthy emotional life. Therapists provide a slightly different role in your life.
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