Click the link below for a great, brief article on anxiety by the American Psychological Association. It provides general information about different types of anxiety and some treatment options, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). Beyond Worry: How Psychologists Help With … Continue readingRead More
We can’t always help what thoughts pop into our heads, but that doesn’t mean we have to accept those thoughts as facts…
As human beings, we have thousands of thoughts each day and we all have our own thinking patterns and habits. Some of these thought patterns are based in thinking errors, or cognitive distortions, that can leave us with unnecessary feelings … Continue readingRead More
‘You will not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them.’ – Maya AngelouRead More
Balance is key: balance between work/responsibilities and rest/play, and between time with others and time with yourself
‘Sometimes you need to take a break from everyone and spend time alone to experience, appreciate and love yourself.’ – Robert TewRead More
It’s okay to not know right away how you feel about something and to take time to figure out what you are thinking and how you are feeling. In fact, it can help make the difference between responding vs. reacting.
‘If you need more time to understand how you feel about a thing, give yourself more time to understand how you feel about a thing.’ – Nayyirah WaheedRead More