Engaging Mindfulness on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is traditionally a day to eat delicious comfort food, watch football, and spend time with family. However, sometimes this day produces uncomfortable feelings or situations. Perhaps you have a complicated relationship with food, or perhaps your extended family makes you feel angry. Maybe you are hosting and want to make sure everything is perfect,... Continue Reading →

Christmas in Two Homes

Christmas is about family time, which means it is normal for you to want to spend it with your child. However, when there has been a divorce/ separation it becomes difficult to enjoy this time of the year. You and your ex will want to spend this special time with your child, so who gets... Continue Reading →

Navidad en dos hogares

La Navidad se trata de tiempo en familia, lo que significa que es normal que quiera pasarla con su hijo. Sin embargo, cuando ha habido un divorcio / separación se vuelve difícil disfrutar de esta época del año. Usted y su ex querrán pasar este momento especial con su hijo, entonces, ¿quién puede hacerlo? Trate... Continue Reading →

Gemeinschaftsgefühl: Community Engagement

In the summer of 2013, The Adler School of Professional Psychology, now Adler University, published a magazine for alumni and friends of the school called Gemeinschaftsgefühl. You may be thinking that’s a typo, but it's not.  Gemeinschaftsgefühl means “community engagement” or “social interest.” This Adlerian terminology describes how connected and interested one is in the... Continue Reading →

Mindful Cleansing

Throughout the year, it can be easy to fall away from one’s spirituality. On the other hand, sometimes people are so busy during the holiday season that it is hard to stay focused on what the holidays are really about. Sure all the parties, family get-togethers, and visits with friends seem to celebrate the season,... Continue Reading →

Physical Wellness During The Holidays

It can be so easy to get off track during the holidays. People have social obligations, family get-togethers, holiday preparations to do, traveling, and maybe even a school holiday play here and there. Don’t let all these extra events get in the way of taking care of your physical health and home safety. It can... Continue Reading →

Mental Health and The Holidays

For those who suffer mental health issues and those who do not alike, the holidays can be an overwhelming time. There is so much going on, people to see, things to do, sometimes people forget to take care of themselves. It is important to keep tabs on your emotional well-being as well as your personal... Continue Reading →

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