Therapy, Relationships

How to Support Someone Wanting to Go to Therapy

Therapy can feel isolating. Here’s a few things to keep in mind when helping a loved one discover therapy.… Read More How to Support Someone Wanting to Go to Therapy

Therapy

Why Failure Can Be Powerful

You caught me! I failed hard at…⠀⠀⠀⠀See, no, that’s not what we’re gonna do. ⠀⠀⠀⠀Failure is a lesson, not a dead end. It’s a way for us to grow and learn so much about who we are in the worst of situations. The trap of wallowing in failure is that we tend to get stuck… Read More Why Failure Can Be Powerful

Therapy

Stress: The Silent Killer (But It Doesn’t Have to Be)

Let’s face it we’re all stressed. We have unavoidable stress and stress that just comes out of nowhere, but in the end our lives are complex and with that complexity comes stress. You’re not alone and it’s not a competition, I promise. And there are things you can do to set yourself up for success… Read More Stress: The Silent Killer (But It Doesn’t Have to Be)

Therapy, Sex, Relationships

Working with A Couples Therapist

What is couples therapy and what does it look like to work with one? Can they help rekindle romance?… Read More Working with A Couples Therapist

Therapy, Sex, Relationships

Ask a Therapist: Sex Therapy

People are talking about sex therapy, but what does it mean to work with a sex therapist? We debunk the junk.… Read More Ask a Therapist: Sex Therapy

Therapy, Feminism, Archives

Strength and The Presidency

No matter your politics, hear me out… So many people are saying Biden wasn’t strong enough to face Trump during the first presidential debate of the 2020 election. Can we define strength for a moment? Does one have to meet bullying with more bullying or harsh non inclusive words with more hate to be strong?… Read More Strength and The Presidency