I was reading the paper this morning and noticed a restaurant review that mentioned that the best thing about this new place was the molten chocolate dessert.
Like the word love, the word binge is bandied about and used to mean many things. Let’s define it here and now.
These past few weeks I have been invited to get my word out through various media opportunities. Most of you were busy preparing for Thanksgiving so you most likely missed my appearance on Christopher McAuliffe’s radio show, The Coaching Show.
Let the buyer beware is a saying that is as old as time. It originated in ancient Rome but is as relevant today as it was a few thousand years ago.
I have noticed that many EFT practitioners are offering what I call Tap-alongs in which the teacher or therapist provides common negative beliefs or thoughts that go with the problem at hand.
I have had three new clients in my psychotherapy practice in the last few months who revealed they had been in conventional talk therapy of some kind for 3 to 10 years.
When I was in college I dated a guy who shared an apartment in an old rundown building with three other students.
The holiday season is upon us. Do you greet it with trepidation? Festivities bring us together with family. Are you dreading that experience because you have to act as if everything is peachy when it isn’t because you are really having an awful time and can’t wait to find an excuse to leave?
As you read this, another election will have come and gone. It has been a time of high emotion and nasty behavior.
Are you the kind of person that others call when they need advice? Do you pride yourself on your compassion and smarts when it comes to aiding others but can’t seem to use your loving wisdom when it comes to your problems?