Humans are constantly looking for happiness. Whether it’s off in some far away place or getting the latest handbag, it’s always something elusive or far fetched. What if we were all wrong? What if it’s not things or people or places, but a feeling that isn’t supposed to last forever? I come upon this list… Read More Happiness: A Moving Target
As a therapist, I always find myself preaching about self-care and how to achieve it. Whether it be to my clients who are probably sick and tired of listening me ask them about their daily self-love or my friends, the one group of people I adore who don’t normally take time for themselves are writers––the… Read More Self-Care for Writers
In 2017 it was all about believing, but it wasn’t the first time I needed reassurance everything would work out. “Don’t use your energy to worry. Use your energy to believe,” kept playing in my mind over and over again. I’m not sure where I heard this quote before, but it’s gotten be though a… Read More Believe
Samantha Heuwagen is a bilingual sex therapist, author, and activist in Atlanta, GA. She likes to hike in the North Georgia Mountains and can be found writing on any available surface when inspiration strikes. If you live in the Atlanta, GA area please do not hesitate to reach out to start your therapeutic journey! For… Read More Therapy for More Self Love!
Here are some quick self-care techniques you can implement in your every day life! -Reading a book. -Journaling. -Stretching. -Play with your child/pet. -Take a shower/bath. -Watch a YouTube video. -Drink a cup of coffee/tea/water alone. Whatever makes you feel good, relaxed, and happy do it for at least 5 minutes. You deserve to be… Read More Quick Self Care Tips
2017 left a lot of people reeling and rethinking their lives, making 2018 the best time to retrain your brain to be the best version of you and to start fresh. People were angry, sad, and frustrated they couldn’t do more to turn situations around from the unrest in the US government to social inequalities… Read More 2018: Time to Retain Your Brain