All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘self-care’

Simon Migaj 421505 Unsplash

Be Kind, Don’t Rewind, and Practice Mental Hygiene:

Kindness is a virtuous characteristic and a learned behavior that is often instilled by our caregivers at childhood. It is an interpersonal skill that often requires courage, strength, and occasional sacrifice.From a young age we are taught to be considerate, compassionate, and thoughtful towards others, either through direct interaction or by observation. Our heroes, whether fictional or real, often exhibit …

Read More
Chad Madden 210873 Unsplash

Am I Enough?


Among my clients, I find this to be a relatively frequent theme. And it is not surprising: in our society of super-achievers who are expected to multi-task 24/7, we are always on, always wondering what we forgot to do, or should be doing, always questioning and doubting ourselves, hence only strengthening the self-doubt: Am I Enough? Am I enough of …

Read More
Stock2 1

Mind Your Phone


Our smartphones can often feel like an additional appendage. Have you found that when your phone is close to losing all its power, your body starts to react in a mild panic? According to reports, the average American adult over the age of 18 spends 2 hours and 51 minutes on their smartphone each day. That is about 1,032 hours …

Read More

"It is never too late to be what you might have been." ~ George Eliot