The elction results and aftermath fallout has many thrown into deep stages of grief (Kubler Ross, 1969): denial and isolation, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance. Cycling through various stages feels often like Dorothy tumbling through a Kansas tornado leaving us bewildered, exhausted, and upset. No doubt. Before liquidating your assets and escaping to the Dominican … More Election Depression
Cages come in all shapes, sizes and colors. Many of us are invulnerability thrown inside cages in childhood because of traumas we’ve experienced. And When as an adult, what feels normal is to go from one cage to another. Sometimes transferring to a prettier cage made of gold and decorated and gems and draped in … More Cages & True Freedom
Fueled by our brainchildren, we leap forth from the doldrums of every day life and touch the heavens. The earth below is for mere mortals and we crave ever more dazzling thoughts, sparks, and revelations. … More Uninspired or Over-inspired?
We all know what anxiety feels like. Pins and needles, butterflies in our stomach, constant worry. But for many, anxiety is like a meddlesome shadow casting havoc over every part of life. If you’ve ever had a panic attack, you know the earth shattering fear it can cause. As a therapist, I’ve worked with a … More Deconstructing Anxiety Using Language