How we choose to use technology can shape our mental health

How we choose to use technology can shape our mental health

An attitude of gratitude in every facet of life Do you have “an attitude problem?” When people say that a person has “an attitude problem” they often mean that their personality is negative, difficult, or just plain mean. But when I say you have “an attitude problem,”...
Arguing For Relationship Sake?

Arguing For Relationship Sake?

  You can build strong relationships with others, even when you experience conflict with them. As long as your need to resolve the conflict(s) is not about being right, it is doable. Then, it takes two main ingredients. One, focusing on keeping the conflict...
The Emotional Life Behind Gift Giving & Receiving

The Emotional Life Behind Gift Giving & Receiving

In my practice, I observe how many people experience gifting as very stressful. Many place unnecessary pressure on giving “the perfect gift”. And although we may not like to admit it, most of us wish for “the perfect gift” in return. Historically this makes sense, as...
A New Olympic State of Mind

A New Olympic State of Mind

When you hear the names Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka, and Michael Phelps, your first thought probably has to do with their athletic talent and achievements. They are, after all, some of the most celebrated athletes of all time, past and present. But shortly after that...
Letting Go of Regret…

Letting Go of Regret…

Let’s put it this way: if you’re living and breathing you can probably share a handful of things you’ve regretted doing – past and present. Regrets are common, they’re part of being human, and they come in all shapes and sizes. Some are more in our control (like...