The grieving process…. no matter how much you logically understand it when you are going through it, emotions often override logics. .. As a therapist, I have navigated with several individuals through their grieving process… and even been through a few of my own. However, each time a person experience a loss, grief comes differently,Continue reading
I recently saw on a friend’s (Renae) social media stories that it was taking her some time to fully get into the new year and begin to do the thing she needed to do. Her words resonated with me as I was saying much of the same to family, friends and colleagues. Imagine with meContinue reading “Ain’t Nothing Wrong with Slow and Steady…”
Scared… that is how I am feeling… last night after hours of research, on starting a private practice, that ventured into early morning, I placed my laptop on its stand, closed my notebook and put away my pen…then, I inhaled deeply and exhaled with a fountain of tears flowing from my eyes.. I was scared..Continue reading “Moving Forward While Scared”
Too often many of us only celebrate our BIG wins. We neglect to take the time to acknowledge our daily wins. Who has time for that?.. Well, to be frank, we should make the time. We all need to! It is one way to practice self-care and to become and remain mentally healthy.
World Mental Health Day, what does that mean to you? For me, it is another day to amplify the importance of taking time to ensure we all are mentally healthy. As a therapist, I ensure that the space that my clients enter in is a safe one. A sacred one. One where they and theirContinue reading “World Mental Health Day”
It is said that self-care isn’t selfish. I am here to tell you, this statement is true. Self-care is not selfish. In fact, I will go as far as to say, it is the opposite of selfish. It is an unselfish act. It is a generous, charitable, loving and helpful act. When you take theContinue reading “Self-care”