My Full Circle of the Personal Analysis Bureau
For this is a book, for me, soulfully filled, somehow, with my history, presence and the hope of my ever upward.
My First Step Out of Rock Bottom to Start My Walk on the Moon
I can't say for sure what was the one catalyst for me to take the first giant, and most difficult, step out of rock bottom. That first step of my own walk on the moon. The first step that was
We Hold the Pieces to Our Puzzle
Every day I work with clients to help them learn how to let go, accept, redefine and find themselves. Often times we work on owning our stories and not allowing our whole selves to be defined by something that has
Shamed Silence Broken
Out at happy hour with several couples she’s never met. They are together because they are couples without children. She has taken the step forward in her childfree life to try to meet other couples like her, childfree, and yet
46 Often Silenced, and Left Out, Parts of Our Infertility Stories
Infertility and IVF are finally beginning to gain some attention in the media; as more and more celebrities own their stories of conceiving their families through IVF and/or surrogacy and The Today Show portraying a couple throughout the entire process
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My mission of Ever Upward has been clear from the very beginning and my purpose in Ever Upward continues to only grow stronger. Because, I write for many reasons; healing, helping, educating
Lights in the Tunnel
Life is hard, people are complicated and we simply just don’t get the joy without the pain and work. Which means it can be tempting to give up, to quit; to accept what is but not in the healthy letting
Tread or Float
For the last 14 years I have had the honor of witnessing people journey through some of the most difficult times of their lives to emerge as happier, healthier and whole people. As a mental health therapist I fulfill multiple
Reaching Through the Keyhole of Your Closet
Vulnerability and bravery are also showing up a lot in my office this week.
I’ve Stopped; They’re Still Trying
Being a mental health therapist means I have the personality, training and education for empathy. I live every minute of my life, personally and professionally, having almost too much empathy a lot of the time.