Your Emotions Could Be Making You Sick!

Your Emotions Could Be Making You Sick!

My clients come to me because they are struggling with anxiety, with their relationships, and often with both. Many also experience physical symptoms like headaches, stomach aches, or tension in their back, neck, or even in their jaws. Are there links between these physical symptoms and their mental and emotional state? Absolutely!

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Why Do We Keep Having the Same Bad Relationship with Different People?

Why Do We Keep Having the Same Bad Relationship with Different People?

If you just broke up, it might take a month or so before you’ve stopped stalking them on Insta, and watching all your favorite sad movies on Netflix. Once you come back up for air, then you are probably ready to re-evaluate your relationship, so that you don’t make the same mistakes all over again. Here’s how to do it right the next time!

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How To Enjoy Valentine's Day, Whether or Not You Have a Valentine!

How To Enjoy Valentine's Day, Whether or Not You Have a Valentine!

Whether you’re in a relationship or not, Valentine’s Day is more for Hallmark, and restaurants, and florists, than it is for you! Even people who are in a happy relationship are often disappointed on Valentine’s Day! If you are single, Valentine’s Day can be a depressing reminder that you haven’t yet met The One. Here’s something you should know:

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Are You Dreading Heading Home For The Holidays?

Are You Dreading Heading Home For The Holidays?

hen you go home for the holidays, will you have to deal with someone who tries to manipulate and shame you? Many of us have people in our families who have an automatic way of interacting with the world that involves trying to manipulate those around them— they shame us, put us down, or just ignore us as if we don’t matter. They learned these patterns of behavior when they were very young, and now it’s automatic. It’s not meant to be malicious, but it can destroy your self-confidence nonetheless.

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How to CTFD (um… Calm Down)

How to CTFD (um… Calm Down)

Going home to spend time with our family is generally a mixed bag—we look forward to it, and we dread it. No one can trigger us like Mom. Or our siblings. Or Uncle Joe. Hell, even our partner can drive us crazy when we’re trying to hold it all together until New Year’s. We can all benefit from some advance planning about how to manage our emotions in the middle of the holiday frenzy.

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Winning the Breakup Over the Holidays

Winning the Breakup Over the Holidays

You broke up a while ago, and it’s been rough. You get through the weekdays okay, but the weekends seem to last forever. You go to yoga, do your laundry, go out with friends, but it’s still a struggle. Now the holidays are upon us, and everywhere you go the atmosphere is cheery and romantic. You wonder— how are you going to get through the holidays at home without a partner to be the buffer between you and your family? And what about New Year’s Eve???

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How Do I Deal With A Passive-Aggressive Partner?

How Do I Deal With A Passive-Aggressive Partner?

“You’re just being so passive-aggressive.”

We hear people say this fairly often, but what does it really mean? Passive-aggressive behavior is when someone says or does something that on the face of it seems innocuous, or even kind, but there is a “hidden” agenda that is negative. It is aggressive behavior that wears the mask of being passive.

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Here's How To Have a Great Valentine's Day!

Here's How To Have a Great Valentine's Day!

Do You Have the Valentine's Day Blues?

Valentine's Day often makes men in couples nervous and single women sad. Teenage girls have high expectations which are rarely met. Many people end up feeling let down one way or another.

So what can we do on Valentine’s Day to honor the spirit of the day and ignore the media blitz? Read on...

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