Hypnotherapy: Deepening your Self-Discovery

  We’ve all seen the dramatic depiction of someone being hypnotized: it usually involves a pocket watch swinging like a pendulum, making the individual powerless to resist the drowsiness setting in.  Thirty minutes and several subconscious commands later, when the hypnotist snaps her fingers, the person awakes and believes she is naked, or she is […]

Replacing Should with Could 

As you go about your day, do you ever find yourself thinking you should do this or you should do that? And likely feeling a sense of disappointment if you’re not doing what you should, like you’re not measuring up in some way? Should expresses expectations, often coming from outside influences or people. A should is almost always someone else’s value or belief […]

Social Media and Mental Health

Social media is an incredibly powerful tool for some very positive efforts, such as: connecting, story-telling, crowdfunding and other “social” movements that move society in a positive direction. However, much like other powerful tools, it can be a double-edged sword. With fire we can cook, weld and keep ourselves warm in the cold. We can […]

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 […]

Be True to You

Be True to You… Asserting yourself is more about speaking your truth and less about how your audience chooses to respond… Many times we are in situations that require us to take a position. Sometimes we may feel a certain way, but are not aware of exactly what we are feeling. The first step to […]

Be Open to Surprising Yourself

Have you ever heard of the phrase, What I focus on will grow? The more we pay attention to something, the more it expands. Truly. The more you focus your attention on the bad and ugly, the more you will notice the bad and ugly around you. And the worse you will feel. I am […]

Living Mindfully!

I have found that one of the greatest things I can help my clients with is how to live mindfully – fully embracing the present moment and using the experiences around them for grounding. By fostering a mindful approach to the world, we increase our appreciation for everyday beauty and become less activated by distressing […]

Affirmations

  When I decided I wanted to share a list of affirmations, Louise Hay was the first person who came to mind. Louise dedicated most of her life teaching others how to live a full and empowered life. She believed the use of daily positive affirmations could create a more full and happy life. I […]

Grateful for Everything in Between

I love Thanksgiving and this time of year because I love the idea of being grateful and living gratefully, moment by moment. Thanksgiving is a reminder to say thank you, to show appreciation, to have gratitude. When I was in college, I took a Kurt Vonnegut class and I remember the exact moment I read […]

A Deep Need for Women’s Self-Care

Self-care can be the one thing missing in so many women’s lives. This week Tracy Rickard, Orlando Women’s Stress-Reset Wellness Coach explains how authentic understanding can be the key to reaching your health and happiness goals.    I want to share something truly connected to my heart today. Since being on my own journey, and hearing […]

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