This weekend I had the pleasure of spending time on the beach, looking out at the Atlantic Ocean. It was relaxing and my stress, during my time on the beach, was minimal. I wondered why …Read More →
A British firm is developing an app that will allow smartphones to track their owners’ moods through their speech patterns, in the hope it can improve aspects of mental health treatment. The app, called …Read More →
Relationships can often be measured by how we handle tension and disagreement. Successful relationships usually occur when two people work well together, even when they’re angry or upset with one another. Here are three tips …Read More →
Texting, Facebooking, Tweeting, and emailing are all popular, convenient ways of communicating. However, the convenience of these methods has us wanting them to be something they’re not: a way of communicating feelings. When we can’t …Read More →
Making the change into a private counseling practice has me thinking about life transitions.
Whether they’re transitions we welcome or are forced to take part in, periods of change can be an unexpectedly emotional time. I …Read More →