Men’s Issues

When Your Spouse is on the Virus Front Lines – To the Spouses of First Responders and Healthcare Workers

You are the person behind the scenes of the front lines. You aren’t answering the emergency calls, walking the hospital ward, or in contact with virus positive people every day throughout the day, but you are making sure the community has people who can. You are supporting your loved one ...

“Into the Unknown”: Welcoming the Interruptions

Imagine taking a stroll down a beautiful green forest with wonderfully scented flowers, creatures of different types making their calls to each other, a calm stream of water to your right and on your left is a blank wooden sign pointing to nowhere. You see the path, but it is ...

5 Easy Ways to Start to Find “Normal”

I never realized how heavily I relied on “structure” until now.  I knew I liked it, I knew it was a part of our routine, but it has been over this past week that I have realized that structure not only regulated the things that I did during the day, ...

During These Scary Times, I Hope You’re Taking Care of Yourself: Coronavirus and Reducing Anxiety

When it comes to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, there's what you see, there's what you hear, and after taking it all in, there's how it all makes you feel. There is no denying that there is an overwhelming amount of changes happening right now. You're being asked to stay home ...

Finding Peace When the World Around Us Feels Out of Control

We are in the midst of uncharted territory as a country, a world, and as individuals.  Every day we hear and take in new information, adjust plans, and manage our fears, anxieties and limitations as COVID-19 continues to have a significant impact on our world. Although most of us have ...

First Responder and COVID19

You are on the front lines of this crisis. So many other people are talking about things to keep themselves busy during this time, and you are wishing you had that luxury to be bored. You are working around the clock as a caregiver, a protector, the first line of ...

A Deeper Look Into Grief and Loss

The concept of grief is often associated closely with death/loss of a loved one. However, grief can occur as a result of any kind of loss. Other types of loss can be: loss of a close friendship, loss of a pet, loss of a pregnancy, loss of health, loss of ...

Becoming a Stepfamily: Delivered and Redeemed

Step-family counseling and pre-step family counseling looks very different than counseling your average couple and family. The dynamics are different and there are specific considerations to make when coming together. One of the leading books to help both counselors and the general public learn more about becoming a stepfamily is ...

How Radical Acceptance (and not Approval) Will Help You Get Through It

I often hear clients tell me that they can't accept it - that if they accept it, they feel like they're approving of it; they feel like approval for a traumatic or bad situation is an injustice. This is particularly true for the clients I see that have dealt with ...

“Am I Mad or Just Hungry?” – How Not To Light Everything On Fire When Your Physical Needs Aren’t Met

Eating, sleeping, resting – all of these are just basic physical needs right?  However… these needs are basically non-existent for some. How many of us feel like we are constantly running in the negative with one, two, or all three of these constantly? Whether you are a parent, college student, ...
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