Be with stressful moments.

Often people come to therapy wanting to get rid of stress, anxiety, depression, etc. One of the first conversations we must have is that we all have some level of those feelings at certain times, some stronger than others. Some people will always be more prone to a higher level of anxiety or depression depending … Continue reading Be with stressful moments.

Self-pity.

Life is hard… for everyone at some point or another. It is easy to feel alone in that hardship, because no one else really knows what is your life is like. We each are alone in the way we feel and experience things. That is a reality of life, and some have a harder time … Continue reading Self-pity.

A series of unfortunate events.

I began my week with a series of unfortunate events, providing evidence of how a day of stress, ill-preparedness, and unhealthy behavior tumble into feeling bad and a complete impact on mood and body wellness. My week is a good reminder for all of us to pay attention to ourselves, daily and over time, and … Continue reading A series of unfortunate events.

Track and observe your days.

Monitoring and understanding yourself day-to-day and week-to-week makes a big difference in self-care and self-understanding toward overall wellness and healthier living. Watching eating and exercise patterns, how these relate to mood, and how these are all interrelated with sleep patterns can be largely helpful in getting you closer to your goal, treating your body with … Continue reading Track and observe your days.