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Life Transitions

Are you “Alonely”? How it differs from being lonely

Are you “alonely”? Or like me, is this a new term for you as well? Well according to Robert Carlton, a psychologist that studies loneliness and social isolation, alonely is when there is a need to spend time by...read more


Morning and Loss

Coping strategies for missing people or feeling lonely

Unfortunately, COVID metrics continue to get worse making it all the more important to continue to practice safety and mitigation efforts. Although vaccines have begun to roll out and enter the population we are not out of the woods...read more


Morning and Loss

An Attitude of Gratitude: 1-2-3!

We frequently hear clients talking about wanting to be “grateful” or developing an “attitude of gratitude”. The practice of feeling grateful or having an attitude of gratitude is more than a catchy phrase. Rather, it helps prime us to...read more


Stress

The fantasy of total control as a coping mechanism

The fantasy of total control is alluring. If we could control how we feel, then we would feel better! In theory, that sounds great; however, emotions do not work that way. Emotions are an organic thing. They occur naturally...read more


Morning and Loss

Resilience, our emotional muscle.

Resilience is the ability to adapt to adversity or significant stress. It is not the absence of discomfort during adversity or significant stress. Instead, it is what helps us navigate the unforeseen without being overwhelmed by discomfort. While adversity...read more