Women’s History Month

       Like women, women’s history month has come a long way since it began in 1987. Before 1987 women had one day, March,8th which still stands as International Women’s Day. This year's theme is “Valiant Women of the Vote” in honor of the 100th anniversary of the 19th ammendmant, which gave women the right to... Continue Reading →

The Power of Two by Susan Heitler

Welcome everyone! As a part of my new journey on this blog I will be sharing with you a book that I am finding incredibly resourceful and beneficial within couples counseling. This will be an ongoing thread in which I will be breaking down the book, The Power of Two by Susan Heitler, in a... Continue Reading →

Feeling Stressed?

Stress is something that we all feel in our lives. Stress, to a certain extent, is a good thing for us as goal-oriented beings. A certain amount of stress can be a motivating factor for us to get things done and do them well. For instance, if we did not stress at all then we... Continue Reading →

Thank you, Jane…A Story of DID

Recently I have watched a docuseries on Hulu called “Many Sides of Jane” about a woman who has been diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder (DID). I was drawn to this docuseries initially because psychology and mental health are very intriguing to me and I’m always wanting to learn more. Learning about a certain disorder from... 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 →

Self-Harm and Eating Disorders

TW: Self-harm, eating disorders As temperatures drop lower, the rate by which one begins piling on warm cozy clothes gets higher. Long sleeves, layers, sweaters, comfy pants, you will see people wearing these items of clothing wherever you go. It’s pretty much all stores even sell at this time of year! You probably have your... Continue Reading →

World Mental Health Day

If one was asked to think about what the month of October means to them, it would be no surprise if all things spooky associated with Halloween came to mind. However, one part of October that’s not scary, and is often overlooked, is that it also includes World Mental Health Day! World Mental Health Day... Continue Reading →

Hard Time Adjusting?

There are times in life when we have problems adjusting to certain issues that arise in our lives. Sometimes situations become too much and we can’t cope with them properly and symptoms linger on for an extended amount of time as well as we start to develop symptoms that aren’t in line with our normal... Continue Reading →

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