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Mindset Matters!

Ever wonder why some people get excited about a new challenge while others respond with fear and even dread? I have a friend who's not bothered by failure, in fact, she almost looks forward to it. She's the one I talk to when I have a new idea that scares me to death!...

Self Talk

“…for there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” Shakespeare What is Self-Talk? Whether you notice it or not, there is always some kind of conversation going on inside your head. Some people call these conversations mind chatter or dialogues. At...

Self Protection

In our world, we face dangers on a daily basis. Some are external and life-threatening such as fire, floods, financial loss, physical assault, loss of loved ones, etc. These are obvious stressors that require all of our attention and focus. Life literally stops when...

Self Care

What is self-care? Self-care is what people do for themselves to achieve and maintain a level of optimal health, well-being, and happiness.  The Self Care pillar focuses on taking excellent care of your physical body.  But wait! You’ve heard this before and if you’re...

Self Awareness

Sight is something we take for granted.  Imagine trying to drive your car wearing a blindfold, not knowing where you are or where you’re going.  It doesn’t take much to imagine how frightening such a situation would be!     I found myself experiencing that fear...

Self Compassion

Janie is a twenty-year-old college student who came to see me because she was experiencing deep feelings of sadness and anxiety. She was very successful in her life, had good grades, a supportive family, and friends who loved her. When I asked her what she thought was...

A Mother’s Expanding Heart

This past summer, my son went cliff diving (...not an activity this worry-prone mother was thrilled about :)). He told me how it felt to be standing at the top of the cliff looking down at the water. He could feel his heart beating fast and adrenaline pumping, making...

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Mindset Matters!

Mindset Matters!

Ever wonder why some people get excited about a new challenge while others respond with fear and even dread? I have a friend who's not bothered by failure, in fact, she almost looks forward to it. She's the one I talk to when I have a new idea that scares me to death!...

Self Talk

Self Talk

“…for there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” Shakespeare What is Self-Talk? Whether you notice it or not, there is always some kind of conversation going on inside your head. Some people call these conversations mind chatter or dialogues. At...

Self Protection

Self Protection

In our world, we face dangers on a daily basis. Some are external and life-threatening such as fire, floods, financial loss, physical assault, loss of loved ones, etc. These are obvious stressors that require all of our attention and focus. Life literally stops when...

Self Care

Self Care

What is self-care? Self-care is what people do for themselves to achieve and maintain a level of optimal health, well-being, and happiness.  The Self Care pillar focuses on taking excellent care of your physical body.  But wait! You’ve heard this before and if you’re...

Self Awareness

Self Awareness

Sight is something we take for granted.  Imagine trying to drive your car wearing a blindfold, not knowing where you are or where you’re going.  It doesn’t take much to imagine how frightening such a situation would be!     I found myself experiencing that fear...

Self Compassion

Self Compassion

Janie is a twenty-year-old college student who came to see me because she was experiencing deep feelings of sadness and anxiety. She was very successful in her life, had good grades, a supportive family, and friends who loved her. When I asked her what she thought was...

A Mother’s Expanding Heart

A Mother’s Expanding Heart

This past summer, my son went cliff diving (...not an activity this worry-prone mother was thrilled about :)). He told me how it felt to be standing at the top of the cliff looking down at the water. He could feel his heart beating fast and adrenaline pumping, making...

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