Embracing It to Truly Let It Go
A client texted me to insist I go see the movie Frozen. She said it is about everything I always talk about in our sessions: accepting ourselves and being vulnerable. She also added that the music was amazing and Olaf the
You Just Have to Decide…
You just have to decide; choose to change; choose your ever upward.
No Seriously, Dance Like No One’s Watching: Practice Happy to Be Happy
I chose change. I chose the work of change to get back to the real me; the me, I honestly, hardly even remember ever existing.
Self Validation: Finding the Balance Between Proving It and Owning It
Self validation and owning it has to be a daily practice, whether or not we must practice to own our depression, to own our weaknesses, to own our vulnerabilities, to own our anxieties, to own our struggles
Our Home. Our Traditions. Our Family.
This will be our first holiday season in our new home. It will also be our first holiday season almost completely off the IVF roller coaster.
Resilient Dreams ~ The Essence of Ever Upward
Life is difficult and people are complicated, terrible things happen and none of us come of out this unscathed. All of us have the bumps and bruises of this amazing thing called life.
My Parental Dream: “They Have You!”
The purpose of my life has been to embody what it means to redefine. You lose one dream, you have to find and figure out another while also recategorizing the lost dream.
Fear in Owning My Truth
We are the only ones to make these decisions, for it is our family. We must make them because we know they are right for us. And we don’t owe anyone an explanation as to why we’ve made them and,
Thriving and not just Surviving
Every day I make sure to model to my clients the work I’ve done to change my own life. And I am reminded that happiness is a choice we must make every day and that it doesn’t really come
Where do I belong?
I can choose to allow this to fill my soul with sadness and bitterness or I can truly own my story. Owning it allows the hurt to heal. Owning it allows me to talk about it openly