“Busyness serves as a kind of existential reassurance, a hedge against emptiness; obviously your life cannot possibly be silly or trivial or meaningless if you are so busy, completely booked, in demand every hour of the day. But we need … Keep Reading!
In June 2012, game designer Jane McGonigal spoke at the TED talks in Edinbourg, Scotland about the online game SuperBetter which is designed to encourage post traumatic growth and build personal resilience. Boasting to add 10 years to your life, … Keep Reading!
Here’s a great little video by Matthew Johnstone for the World Health Organization on depression. If you have any questions about depression or treatment options, send me a message from the contact page.
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!
This coffee mug found its way into my office and seems to resonate with a lot of folks. All too often we want to move too quickly beyond unpleasant feelings. Feelings like anger, sadness, nervousness, and frustration tend to get … 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!
Over the past several decades, resources for victims of childhood sexual abuse have grown exponentially as victims and advocates have broken their silence and research and treatment efforts have improved. One group that has been consistently overlooked in this growing … Keep Reading!