In a recent study, researchers found that there is a link between social interaction and well-being. Specifically, more frequent and deeper conversations (that include self-disclosure), with partners that are known and liked, are generally associated with greater well-being. So, taking … Continue readingRead More
Sometimes people may be unsure as to whether or not therapy could be beneficial for them. From misconceptions about therapy to misconceptions about what prompts people to seek out therapy and outside support, it can be confusing. So, how do … Continue readingRead More
People tend to try to avoid uncomfortable feelings – for obvious reasons. However, unpleasant emotions aren’t necessarily ‘bad.’ Understanding why you might be feeling something can lead to great change.
‘Be confused, it’s were you begin to learn new things. Be broken, it’s where you begin to heal. Be frustrated, it’s were you start to make more authentic decisions. Be sad, because if we are brave enough we can hear … Continue readingRead More
There’s power in saying no and in asking for what you deserve. There is power in knowing your value. – Mandy MooreRead More