Being The April Fool: The Fine Art of Saving Face

“You grow up the day you have the first real laugh – at yourself.” -Ethel Barrymore So, you fell for it – hook, line and sinker.  You made a fool of yourself.  You fell short of expectations and have not maintained the image that makes you superior to all others.  You feel so embarrassed that […]

I Reject Your Apology

I have a pet peeve with the word, “sorry.” We use it too much and inappropriately. We apologize for our feelings, for talking about our thoughts, for having needs as human beings, and God forbid *insert the clutching of pearls* we ask to have those needs met! I’ve noticed it in sessions with clients – […]

The Truth About Anxiety

With living in such a fast passed, “go, go, go” world, it’s no surprise that so many of us deal with some higher levels of anxiety. Many things can bring us a sense of stress, overwhelming pressure, and anxiety. One person’s reasoning for these feelings of panic does not have to coincide with another’s, and […]

Challenge Yourself

  “The best way out is always through”- Robert Frost   I’m sure, like any quote, there are many ways to interpret this one. So first, I would like you to think about what this saying means to YOU. Thought about it? Okay, good. Now, I’ll tell you what this quote said to me… My […]