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Stay In Your Own Chair: How To Stop Comparing Yourself to Others

October 8, 2014

It’s not easy. Everyone’s wonderful lives and successes are now displayed before us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In this digital and social world, there are more opportunities for comparing yourself to others than ever before.  She has more than me. He’s more successful.  She’s happier. I should be more like him. […]

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If Robin Williams Was Your Dad: A True Story

August 25, 2014

 “Take your goddamn meds.” That’s exactly what one of my most favorite authors wrote on her blog after Robin Williams’ death. It was a genuine effort to make sure no one feels shame in taking the prescription drugs that many people do; just to get through the day, and maybe even, to stay alive. But, […]

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How to Stop the Struggle Monster

August 20, 2014

I woke up this morning realizing I was hearing a not-so-good story about this process of writing my book. Most times, I’m enjoying it immensely, but every once in awhile when I’m whelmed with other stuff to do and I lose my focus, I feel this big ol’ struggle monster come up. And, it changes everything […]

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The Universal Law of Attraction ‘Fear Factor’: Do You Have It?

May 10, 2014

The Universal Law of Attraction and all of its complexities was a very tough concept for me to grasp when I first started learning. I resisted it because so much of it was downright scary – wait, I’m in charge of everything that comes to me?! No thanks! Fast forward a few years and I’m […]

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The Body’s Code: What Do My Symptoms Mean?

March 13, 2014

Metaphors are clues from our body. They are literally our body’s language. Our body’s language is through signals (aka, symptoms). Through my own healing journey, I found there was always an emotional/energetic metaphor in my symptoms that could give me clues to my healing. Make it an adventure to figure out what your body is […]

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How to Feel Good: This Post Will Change The Way You Make Decisions

March 6, 2014

We can drive ourselves crazy trying to plan, decide, analyze, and apply logic to every situation. The rational brain that takes up pretty much all the space in our lives is saying “I will get to the right answer or ‘thing’ if only I push hard enough.” You’re laughing because you know what I’m talking […]

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5 Ways to Survive a Really Hard Day

February 24, 2014

Some days are hard. Today was one for me; what would have been my dad’s 67th birthday. Tears streamed and a few times, I choked on my snot. But, I survived. I don’t know if I survived it well, but I did survive. During the day, I managed to remain present for myself, acknowledging where […]

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3 Simple Statements to Immediately Increase Positivity

January 17, 2014

You all know, I’m not a huge fan of affirmations, unless of course — you already believe them to at least some extent while you’re saying them. Then they are super awesome. But, I do think incorporating positive language in your life can be a huge game changer. Ready for some emotional relief? Try incorporation these three terms into your day-to-day self-talk.

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The Power of Gratefulness and How You Can Have It

December 30, 2013

Guest post by Emily S. Rosen, LCSW This time of year we are bombarded by that word, “grateful.” We are expected to be grateful. What happens when you don’t feel grateful but you are told that you should be?  What if you feel guilt or pain about not feeling grateful? What if the pain that […]

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5 Super Simple Tips: A Cheat Sheet for Surviving the Holidays

November 19, 2013

The holidays….it’s not always all about stuffing and candy canes. For many people, they can bring up fear, trauma and old “crap.” But, there are ways to make it better. Here is a simple cheat sheet that can help you stop hating the holidays and start making new memories. Ahh, doesn’t that feel better already? 1. […]

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