If you’re anything like me, you might have learned early on that you needed to gain others’ approval in order to feel worthy. This may have led to perfectionist tendencies and a deep desire to people-please. Continue reading
As many of you have probably witnessed, the “Me Too” movement, which seeks to shed light on sexual assault by encouraging those who have dealt with it to share “me too,” has flooded social media over the last couple days. I absolutely and completely LOVE that this subject is being talked about on such a widespread scale. Finally, right??
Fear does a really, really good job at convincing us it is real. Throughout my years of experiencing anxiety, panic, intrusive thoughts, depression, etc., I’ve had moments where I was so entangled in my thoughts and fears as being very real. As if I had every reason to be scared and to react and to fight and to give in. Continue reading
It’s been a tough few weeks in terms of horrific things happening in the world. Having to hear and see the news of so much devastation and suffering caused by the hurricanes, as well as the recent Las Vegas shooting, can be tough to swallow. Continue reading
Relationships are hard work whether you deal with mental health issues or not. Yet, when we’re overwhelmed with fear and struggling with our own thoughts, it can add an extra layer of difficulty to navigate through a healthy partnership. Continue reading
As many of you know, my right hip has been hurting the past few months. The doctor ordered an MRI, but I kept putting it off for as long as possible before seeing a specialist, only to have the test ordered again. Continue reading
So I wanted to let you guys know first that I’ve really started diving into work on my Overcoming Panic Attacks online program. I’m SO excited to share everything I’ve learned. It will be a mixture of lectures, articles, exercises, yoga videos, meditations, audio files, and more.