I got this note a while back from a client in my counseling practice in Austin who saw it online. Whether staying to work on a strained relationship; taking a hard look at past wounds that haven’t yet healed; or … Keep Reading!
Most people who know me know that I love my phone. I love being able to look up the most mundane things instantly. Last night I was able to learn about the history of jajangmyeon before ever taking a bite … Keep Reading!
Enjoy this post from Lori Deschene of Tiny Buddha
If there’s one thing we all have in common it’s that we want to feel happy; and on the other side of that coin, we want to avoid hurting. Yet we … Keep Reading!
Everyone does it sometimes. Some do it regularly – shoot themselves in the foot or put obstacles in their own chosen path. Behavior is self-sabotaging when in attempting to solve or cope with a problem, it instigates new problems, interferes … Keep Reading!
Clients frequently ask how I can stand listening to people in turmoil for a living. Their perception is that I see people at their worst; that I get bored; or sit in judgment. The truth is, whether in my professional … Keep Reading!
How to Improve your Marriage Without Talking About it. Patricia Love & Steven Stosny
Passionate Marriage. David Schnarch
The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work. John Gottman & Nan Silver
Ending a significant relationship is hard. Even folks with the best intentions of trying to protect their partner can, and often do, muck up the process. Here are a few thoughts on initiating and/or recovering from the end of a … Keep Reading!
Research shows that failure rates for New Year’s resolutions fall between 60% and 85% depending on the study with around 30% failing within the first 30 days. January sees gym memberships spike and therapists’ offices fill up with well-intentioned individuals … Keep Reading!