As children we are taught how to be kind to others, respect others, love others. However, very rarely are we taught how to be kind to ourselves, respect ourselves, love ...
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Years ago I heard an analogy that has stuck with me. We are all buckets, containers in which water can be put into. As we move through life, our buckets ...
Typical Email Exchange: “How’s your day going love?” “It’s going, you?” “Same, I miss you.” “Miss you too, what are dinner plans?” The above is pretty much a copy/paste from ...
We are getting into holiday season! Enter in the excited butterflies and overall groans as we wince under the weight of additional responsibilities. Kids activities, spouse holiday parties, crunching more ...
Social support can be described as the physical and emotional comfort we receive through social ties to others, such as family, friends, co-workers, etc. It’s the love and acceptance we ...
Individuals have many needs- both physical, emotional, and spiritual. The focus of this series will take a quick dive into the nine different emotional needs. When someone is suffering, we ...
Your alarm clock goes off in the morning after a night of restless tossing and turning. You slowly get out of bed and feel “off”. Showering is exhausting, and getting ...