Coping

I came across this while looking for my old passport this morning. I believe it was the only piece of mail our Molly-girl ever received. I remember how bittersweet it was at the time. Then a friend pointed out it is another reminder that Molly lived. She was here, if only for a short time. Like […]

{ 1 comment }

How is your day going? Mine is going well. I taught Yoga Sculpt this morning and then headed home to shower, eat lunch, and get some things done around the house before picking up our daughter from a play date. However, there are many days that don’t start off like this. You know what I mean. […]

{ 2 comments }

One of the things I am passionate about is affordable access to mental health care, so that people can receive the services they need. So I was very pleased to see this paragraph in my husband’s 2015 Benefits Open Enrollment Information: Effective January 1, 2015, office visits for psychotherapy consultations will be subject to the […]

{ 1 comment }

It’s October 15th again. The tenth October 15th since our family experienced our first miscarriage in December 2004. It’s hard to believe that much time has passed since we were introduced to the world of pregnancy loss. As I shared last year in my post on October 15th, It is a bittersweet day for many families […]

{ 0 comments }

Is this part of your vocabulary? Do you think often about what you *should* be doing? I had a great session with my therapist today. She encouraged me not to should so much. She suggested I replace that word with something else. For example: What would I like to do? What would you like to […]

{ 0 comments }

I am frustrated. I was hoping to get to a certain place, a level in my coaching business this week, and it’s not going to happen (or at least it is highly unlikely at this point). It isn’t for lack of effort, drive, creativity, and support from those around me. It’s a learning curve. There […]

{ 3 comments }