Guilt

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

It’s Okay to be Selfish--getting your needs met

It’s Okay to be Selfish--getting your needs met

I feel one of the most prominent concepts amongst the theories I learned from past psychologists was Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of (human) needs.  Our very basic needs are

What is normal?—A blog on how to say no, and yes to you

What is normal?—A blog on how to say no, and yes to you

So many times during the course of my career I have heard the statement, “I just want to be normal.” What exactly is normal?

Forgiveness—How to move away from anxiety, anger, blame and pain

Forgiveness—How to move away from anxiety, anger, blame and pain

Are you holding onto hurt or anger?  Is it difficult for you to let go of grudges?  Many times, I have slowly worked through my own pain, to end up in a place of forgiveness. During one of