Relieve anxiety by “grounding” or “earthing”

I have personally struggled with anxiety for as long as I can remember. As a child I always had this feeling of wanting to crawl out of my own skin and even worse was the big red rubber ball that I always felt was going to run me over as it continuously chased me. Crazy … Continue reading Relieve anxiety by “grounding” or “earthing”

Is it pragmatic or magical thinking?

A few years ago during a session with my one of my therapists we discussed (what else?) relationships....present, past and potential.  When he asked me what it was that I wanted out from a relationship and a partner, my response was that I had already received exactly what I had asked for…my ex-husband.  I felt … Continue reading Is it pragmatic or magical thinking?

A breakup can be a blessing in disguise

Although breakups tend to be incredibly painful, even when we initiate them, a lot of times they are a gift. When we separate from someone we love, the feelings can be very overwhelming and most of the time unbearable. We really do go through the five stages of grief: denial.anger.bargaining.depression.acceptance. For anyone who has lost … Continue reading A breakup can be a blessing in disguise

Relationship Red Flags You Should Never Ignore

As if life isn't difficult enough, add dating to the equation and it can feel impossible. Especially in the swipe right culture. Let's just say that with so much "candy" in the dating store to choose from, how can anyone feel secure? This article is to remind you of the red flags you should never … Continue reading Relationship Red Flags You Should Never Ignore

Learning to live in the calm

I read a fantastic article the other day that really resonated with me.  The writer was referencing how a lot of us have a difficult time living in the calm, therefore we [subconsciously] create our own drama just so we feel something. Sometimes, life can be too calm and in that calmness, for those of who … Continue reading Learning to live in the calm