Tag: motivation

Why the “gray areas” in your life could be the most significant

I woke up the other morning and realized I was in a funk. I wasn’t depressed, I wasn’t happy, I wasn’t angry. What was I? I continued my morning and did all of the things that usually lift my spirits (although, my spirits weren’t necessarily down…). I squeezed the daylights of out my cat, drank

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Let’s get real about therapy.

I’m a proponent of therapy, but it’s not just because I’m a therapist. Therapy has drastically changed my life. It’s helped me change my patterns of thinking. It’s helped me identify thoughts about myself that were incorrect. It’s helped me release pain and suffering. Therapy is part of the reason I am who I am

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How to Embrace Authenticity and Your True Self

This post is particularly relevant to me, because creating this blog was a large question of authenticity.  When contemplating creating a blog and being my “truest self,” there was a considerable amount of questioning. Would my vulnerability pay off, I wondered? See below for a running transcript of my thoughts: “Who the hell do I

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