Anger Was Pushing Her Away!!

Tim didn’t know why he responded so quickly with anger, judgment, and projection, but he was seeing the result of this behavior in his relationship with his wife and it scared him.   His wife was close to walking out the … Continue reading

Untouchable Holiday Grief

Not all grief is alike.  When we (or close family/friends) experience holiday grief, it can take many forms. The most dramatic is when we have lost someone we love, and the holiday season with all the Norman Rockwell moments can … Continue reading

Emotional Pain Impacts Health

Jane frantically called mid-morning with anxiety, frustration, and fear.   She was breathing rapidly, shallowly and thought she might be having a panic attack.   She began telling her story and crying in between sentences.  First, I suggested she put the phone … Continue reading

Discomfort is a Good Sign!

Personal growth happens when we are outside our comfort zone.  For many of us when we feel uncomfortable, we reach for a pill, bottle or something to make it go away.  A lobster outgrows its shell many times in its … Continue reading

Panic Attacks – POOF! Gone (a client’s journey)

With upmost gratitude, I share a journey from one of my clients in the hope that her story will address your questions. “I started on a path of healing right out of high school.  Growing up in an abusive household, … Continue reading