Saying YES to Things That Scare Us

  Saying YES (and also No, when necessary).   You may recognize the name Shonda Rhimes as the creator of the shows Greys Anatomy and Scandal. A few years ago, she wrote a book, “Year of Yes: How To Dance It Out, Stand In The Sun, and Be Your Own Person.” She talks about how […]

How to Practice Self-love

 Veronica Zazzaro Mental Health Student, LSRG Assistant Self-love has become a household term in our society. It’s all over everything from our favorite TV shows to the silliest internet memes. Friends, family and coworkers talk about how important it is for our physical and emotional well-being and how necessary self-love is to work into our […]

Making change: What do you want to add and subtract in 2014?

This busy time of year we’re not only preparing for the holidays, we’re also preparing for the end of 2013, and that means we’re preparing for the beginning of the New Year, 2014! The wonderful thing about a new year is a new start, the feeling that we have a clean slate and can make changes, […]

Pay it Forward: The power of giving

Do you know the term “Pay it Forward”? Through the Life Skills Resource Group Facebook page, I follow a page called Paying it Forward ~ One Day at a Time. I always enjoy their posts – primarily stories of individuals paying it forward out in the real world. Sure, I had heard of paying it forward […]

How to be goofy: 101 ways

Yesterday I talked about the importance of goofiness, silliness, and joy in the post “Sometimes, when you’re a kid, you just have to be kind of goofy!” Remember, the point was that goofiness is NOT just for kids! Today, I wanted to take that a little further. Why? Do you know how to be goofy? […]