Do you think you could go alcohol-free (aka Dry) for one month? Would you even try? If not, then I have to ask: what’s stopping you?
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We are about six months into the COVID-19 pandemic; it’s time to check-in with yourself. Have you gained weight? If so, you are not alone. As a St. Augustine Therapist working with weight loss clients, I can tell you that there are many reasons for your weight gain during the COVID-19 pandemic. The question is: […]
Suicide rates typically increase in the Northern Hemisphere during late Spring and Summer, and that’s why May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Sadly, due to the COVID19 pandemic, suicide rates are set to get worse.
The New Year is a great time to let go of the past and begin anew, and that’s why many of us make resolutions. Unfortunately, most resolutions are disregarded by Spring. If you want to make – and keep – your New Year’s resolutions, here are three things you must do: 1. Put the Past […]
The holiday carols are singing, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” How do you feel about the holiday season? Is it always wonderful? Or not so much? The holidays are filled with stress, expectations, and the pressure to be happy and make others happy. (Even if it is the furthest feeling from the truth.) […]
As Westerners, we are taught at an early age to think things through. This helps us develop our cognitive reasoning abilities. However, often people can get stuck in “their heads” and overthink. When we are stressed or anxious, we tend to worry and ruminate on the problem.
Everybody dreams; we usually have 5 dreams per night, yet some of us never remember our dreams. The reason for this is often a lack of interest and awareness of how beneficial working on our dreams can be. Recorded dreamwork goes back to Assyrian-Babylonian times and can be found in Egyptian hieroglyphics and the Bible (over 700 recorded […]