November 8, 2016

How to Stop Telling Yourself Stories That Hold You Back

In many ways, our emotional lives are nothing more than a collection of stories that we tell ourselves about ourselves. Whether we paint ourselves as victim or victor, bystander or primary actor, our internal worlds are just a collection of   read more…

August 8, 2016

How to Make Sense of a Panic Attack

Do you know what a panic attack is? For many people who experience one, it feels like shortness of breath, a racing heart, sweating, shaking, nausea, chest pain, and/or a sense of “depersonalization” – the surreal sense that you’re no   read more…

July 18, 2016

Why It’s OK To Get Upset About “First World Problems”

If you’re like most people, my guess is that – at least some of the time – you feel a little blue or a little anxious. Maybe you feel more than a little that way. Regardless, figuring out the why can be tough, right?   read more…

March 15, 2016

What Burnout and Postpartum Depression Have in Common

Do you think of burnout and postpartum depression as having something in common? I know I do. We’re not accustomed to hearing those terms lumped together, but so much of what happens when women have postpartum has to do with   read more…

February 11, 2016

How to Start Unpacking Your Story

One of the things that I love most about what I do is that it’s a process of excavation. After having spent decades exploring my own life and history, I get to be a guide for someone else – an   read more…

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