Change Happens: 5 Strategies to Help You Handle It

Change. Such a relatively small word to be so scary sometimes. The definition of change is “to make or become different.” If you are anything like me then you are currently saying, no thank you, nothing around me needs to make or become different today, thanks anyways. But in reality, things around us are always changing...

Change Happens: 5 Strategies to Help You Handle It2016-06-23T06:00:40+00:00

Break Free from the Trap of Anxiety and Worry

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. For those who deal with anxiety, a thought can be worth 20 million! What kind of thoughts fill your head as you start your day? Some of you may be planners and some of you may be fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants types. Some of you might be the type like me – the plan out every possible scenario in your head before you make even the slightest move.

Break Free from the Trap of Anxiety and Worry2016-04-26T13:01:17+00:00

It’s Not Me It’s You: Dealing with Difficult People

At some point in our lives we have all had to deal with difficult people. That person who makes you want to scream, maybe say some not so nice words, or maybe go retreat into a cave for the rest of the day. You may have one in your workplace or in your family right now. We often feel like there is no good way to interact with this person because no matter what we try, we are left feeling frustrated...

It’s Not Me It’s You: Dealing with Difficult People2016-03-22T14:14:50+00:00

Divorce and Children: Dividing the Assets

Divorce happens. Depending on whose research you read, the rate is somewhere between 25 - 52%. Here are some tips to keep your children emotionally safe during this difficult time in the life of the family...

Divorce and Children: Dividing the Assets2016-03-08T10:59:57+00:00

Personal Responsibility: The Man in the Mirror

One of the basic tenants of our society is that we take responsibility for our own lives. However, responsibility is one of the hardest things for a lot of people to master. Being responsible for our lives and decisions calls for each of us to be aware of our own faults and shortcomings. In other words, we have to emotionally look at ourselves in the mirror, so to speak, and point out the flaws that we see. This is often hard to do.

Personal Responsibility: The Man in the Mirror2016-03-04T12:13:24+00:00

Answer 5 Questions and Reduce Your Worry

Worry has a lot of effects. Take an honest look at these 5 questions. Answer them realistically and reduce your worry. It's not as bad as you expect...

Answer 5 Questions and Reduce Your Worry2016-02-23T14:54:39+00:00

14 Categories of Distorted Thoughts

Rational thinking is not always as easy as it seems. The truth is, we all have distorted thoughts in one way or another. If you don't think you do, guess what? That is one of your distorted thoughts!

14 Categories of Distorted Thoughts2016-02-18T12:07:53+00:00

Postpartum Depression: Interview with a Repeat Mother

Postpartum depression can linger around and make you miserable. Here are some tips from a repeat mother to help you cope and get through it faster...

Postpartum Depression: Interview with a Repeat Mother2016-02-15T13:29:54+00:00

Seven Things to Help You Improve Communication

Problems can arise in relationships when there is a breakdown of any kind in communication. Here are seven tips to improve yours...

Seven Things to Help You Improve Communication2016-01-28T14:07:10+00:00

Searching for Significance – In Pursuit of Approval

We all want to be important. Sometimes, we can feel so unimportant that we spend a lot of time and effort searching for significance in harmful ways. We can confuse being important with other things that can ultimately bring about problems in our lives.

Searching for Significance – In Pursuit of Approval2016-01-27T12:49:10+00:00