You’re Invited (#5)

This is an invitation to disconnect from all external distractions and reconnect with your most powerful source: YOU.  As I said in last month’s blog, every month throughout 2020 I’m going to post a piece of writing without weaving it into a bigger theme or placing context around it.  Read the selection and pay attention…

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You’re Invited (#4)

This is an invitation to disconnect from all external distractions and reconnect with your most powerful source: YOU.  As I said in last month’s blog, every month throughout 2020 I’m going to post a piece of writing without weaving it into a bigger theme or placing context around it.  Read the selection and pay attention…

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You’re Invited (#3)

This is an invitation to disconnect from all external distractions and reconnect with your most powerful source: YOU.  As I said in last month’s blog, every month throughout 2020 I’m going to post a piece of writing without weaving it into a bigger theme or placing context around it.  Read the selection and pay attention…

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You’re Invited

Recently, a friend nominated me to participate in the FaceBook Book Challenge.  I agreed to do it and, per the instructions, posted a new book cover everyday for seven days without any explanations or other words to explain my selections.  I loved taking a few extra moments each day to think about which books were…

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Talking Shop

Every industry uses its own special lingo to describe certain processes/functions.  Some examples you might be familiar with: Real Estate: Curb appealMedical: EventCulinary: Flavor profileEntertainment: CallbackFinancial: Cash flow In the therapeutic world, we have a few of our own: transference, projection, shadow, and, everyone’s favorite: “How does that make you feel?”.  Even therapists can poke…

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The Choice is Yours

Dr. Barry Schwartz wrote a book called “The Paradox of Choice”.  In it, he discusses how too many choices can actually increase feelings ofanxiety, depression, and loneliness.  I see the reality of this phenomenon play out in my practice all the time: college students wondering which major to choose, singles deciding which dating app to…

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