Depression

A Counselor’s Review On “Ghosting” – – It isn’t just for Halloween.

A Counselor’s Review On “Ghosting” – – It isn’t just for Halloween.

I‘ve had thoughts of writing a book on relationships.  At one point, I thought I would write about all the different ways that relationships I personally had went wrong.  I never thought I’d be writing a blog on how people are being stood up.

A Counselor’s Review—Revisiting the mind/body connection

A Counselor’s Review—Revisiting the mind/body connection

Last Sunday night on the long running TV show, 60 Minutes, I watched the story of a husband and wife. The wife had Alzheimer’s. They both decided to

Counselor’s Inspirational—How can you let go?

Counselor’s Inspirational—How can you let go?

I’ve seen a theme lately of people struggling with letting go.  It is work to change your thinking, and move towards acceptance of what is.  But,

A Counselor’s Review on the Pain of Loss – – 7 Ways It Can Lead to Joy

A Counselor’s Review on the Pain of Loss – – 7 Ways It Can Lead to Joy

This is kind of part three of a series. I lost a friend of many years on April 15th to brain cancer. It kind of feels so long ago, but also only like yesterday.

What you’re feeling –What is it really?

What you’re feeling –What is it really?

How do you feel?  That question may sound like pop psychology, but there’s nothing pop about it. There are things that will trigger feelings