Mental health tips for weathering the coronavirus.
Originally posted November 2016 While the holiday season can be joyous and abundant with excitement and love, it also can be a time of great grief, stress and sadness. What we do not have is hi-lighted in contrast to what we wish we had. Expectations are heightened as we look for how things "should be" … Continue reading A Few Tips on Mindfully Navigating the Holidays
I have been quiet these days online. I have been watching and listening and I have been quiet. What do I say as a trauma specialist who has worked with hundreds of women and men who have survived sexual assault? What do I say as a person who has also been assaulted and spent my … Continue reading Being with Helplessness
I am going to keep a list of my favorite and most recommended reads here. If you don't have time to sit and read many are also available on audiobook for listening to on commutes or during exercise. I will continue to update this page over time so subscribe if you want more. Self-Compassion by … Continue reading Reading Resources for Mindfuless, Self-Compassion and Well being
A quick google of Wikipedia says a meme is, "an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture. A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols, or practices that can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals, or other imitable phenomena with … Continue reading The Power of Memes to Connect