When Nothing is Truly Something

My husband and I recently had the opportunity to see the new Christopher Robin movie which centers on the Winnie the Pooh stories with which many of us grew up. It was incredibly sweet, nostalgic, and a wonderful reminder of some of life’s most important lessons! If you haven’t yet seen it, I can’t recommend […]

Suicide Prevention: A New Conversation

  September is National Suicide Prevention Month, and our community comes together to promote suicide prevention awareness. Understanding and discussing issues surrounding suicide is an important way to help in prevention efforts and help those who struggle with mental health concerns. Suicide is not something that is easy to talk about, but if we know […]

Meet Juliana Ochoa, our newest Orlando Counselor

Hi, my name is Juliana Ochoa and I am very happy and excited to be joining the wonderful team of Orlando counselors and life coaches at Life Skills Resource Group. I look forward to meeting you! In the meantime, I will share a little about myself and why I became a therapist. I have been […]

Awestruck

  Last week, Cindy Fabico (co-owner of Life Skills Resource Group), referred me to a Psychology Today article titled, “It’s Not All About You!” by Carlin Flora. Cindy suggested that I read it because she was so impressed and enlightened by its message, that she felt compelled to share it with others. I have to admit, […]

Take the power away from absorbed anxiety with facts!

Absorbed Anxiety. Did you know this exists? Well, it does. Think about when you go to the airport. If you are anything like me, you walk in and are relaxed and excited about your trip. Everything seems normal, then, all of a sudden, worry you will be late or miss your plane consumes you even though […]

Music for your life

How do you feel about music? Do you have a favorite type of music? Is the music you listen to when you’re happy different from the music you listen to when you’re sad? Do you use music to relax? Although we may not think of it very often, music is very important to us as […]

Some days you just don’t have “it”

I bet you know what I mean when I say “some days you just don’t have ‘it’.”  I bet you’ve been there too.  Days when you just feel like you don’t have that much to give.  Days when you just don’t feel like you’re making much sense – even to yourself.  It happens.  It makes […]

Hello from Risa Bos, our newest counselor!

I am so fortunate and honored to be joining the professional line-up of skilled counselors at Life Skills Resource Group!  I feel it is my life’s purpose to help people find joy and balance, and move beyond emotional pain that has robbed them of the happiness they deserve.  I am dedicated to helping people in […]

How to Avoid Caregiver Burnout (and what to do if you have it)

“Sometimes the one who has been there for everyone else needs someone to be there for them.” Are you a caregiver for someone who has a mental or physical illness or disability? There are many types of caregivers: parents, spouses, siblings, grandparents, teachers, nurses, counselors, etc. So often, people who are in caregiver roles devote […]

Depression: Has it crept up on you?

As many of us are living an “austere” lifestyle right now- financially, emotionally, and spiritually; it can be hard to remember when times were good. You may have lost sight of what it was like to not feel worried, afraid, stressed, confused, lonely and/or lost. You may suspect that nobody wants to hear you talk […]

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