When you bring compassion to the process of change, it can help you break through the barriers that keep you stuck.
If you’re struggling to find the sweet spot with New Year’s resolutions, ditch it and set an intention instead.
There is nothing as promising as the clean slate of a new calendar. What activities will you write on yours?
Why do we make resolutions? Because we want things to be different? Why do our resolutions sometimes fail? Because we don’t want to change?
Much as we’d like to, sometimes it’s not possible to tie everything up in a neat bow just because the calendar is turning to a new page. Instead, we’re left hanging, and that can feel very uncomfortable.
It’s okay to be uncomfortable at times, especially these trying times. Just be sure to validate and share your feelings.
Guilt is a malevolent dictator. Read Sandee’s preferred ways to release guilt from The Portable Therapist by Susanna McMahon, Ph.D.
When we say yes when we mean no, we can end up feeling controlled, bullied, or used.
Three things that may push your buttons this holiday season, and how to cope.
“It doesn’t matter how old you are. The minute you set foot in your mother’s house you are 12 years old again.” – Erma Bombeck As we enter the holiday season, and as more family gatherings might be happening, it is natural for thoughts to turn to the family you grew up with. Though, as […]