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8 Tips to Post-Election Emotional Recovery

The election is over. You made it through all the anxiety of the election season. Votes are in and the winner has been declared. While there may be a challenge the results its pretty clear that they will not prevail. So now that is over what do you do with the aftermath?  The election has Read More

Mental Health Check: Managing Negative Emotions

  False Positivity Mental health check: managing negative emotions. We live in a think positive world. If you just think positive good things will come to you. Flip the bad into something good. Get rid of what doesn’t serve you, right? We are under the assumption that negative feelings like anger, sadness, disgust are wrong Read More

DEAR BLACK CHILD

This week we encounter yet another incident where a black person was killed by people with authority or percieved authority.  Over the last month, we heard about Ahmaed Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and now George Floyd.  As a wife of a large built black Man and mother of two black boys, I am very aware of Read More

Joy and Pain During the Holidays

The holiday season is fast approaching and with the holidays comes spending quality time with family and friends. But for many, this is a painful time. The festivities and extra of the season is a blaring reminder of loved ones lost. Traditions and memories become reminders of loss triggering grief as if the loss occurred that Read More

4 Steps to Banishing Negative Thinking

The soundtrack to your soul is your life’s theme music. It is the sound reel that comes from your core belief systems about self. It is your internal dialog: the things you think about yourself. What you say to yourself when you look in the mirror. What you say to yourself when you are trying Read More