We all hate the idea of making several trips in the house after a run to the grocery store. Veins will be popping out of our arms, fingertips purple, and those bag lines will darn near make permanent indentions in our before we are willing to make a second trip to the car...especially in the … Continue reading Who’s in your tribe: how to recognize those valuable relationships and the repercussions of not having them.
Have you ever met someone that never seems to be living in reality? We question their sound judgment based on the choices they make against the undeniable world that surrounds them. It's almost as if physical pain would encompass their entire body if they had to make a decision based on reality versus the world they believe to … Continue reading The Cost of Reality Checks
How many times have you shared some news, good or bad, with a friend only to be met with an unexpected response from this person? If you are sharing good news, your expectation is your friend meeting you with just as much happiness and enthusiasm as you have when sharing the news. Sharing sad news, on the … Continue reading Why Silence is Golden
Raise your hand if you have at any point in your life thought you had it all figured out. Seriously, you knew what you wanted to do, what it would take to get there, and most importantly, the exact time in which you wanted to reach this destination. Okay, now let's all take a moment … Continue reading Rerouting your destiny
As a family therapist, I recognize that relationships are a huge factor in an individuals life. If one of our important relationships are out of whack we tend to feel a little off balanced until we are able to resolve the issue within that important relationship. We accept that relationships are needed for support and connection. … Continue reading Who Really Has Your Back: Why Accountability Matters