How to Learn From Past Choices – 207

If you've ever promised yourself that you would learn from your past choices only to find yourself repeating them, this episode is for you. I'm sharing a five-step process to help you learn from [...]


The 90-Second Rule – 194

Do you resist emotions like grief and sadness for fear that you might be unable to function for days? Does simply thinking about being embarrassed or rejected make you sweat? Do you shield [...]


Feeling into 2022 – 177

How do you want to feel a year from now, at the end of 2022? Why do you imagine you'd feel that way? What will be different? In this episode, I'll share the key to getting what you want sooner, [...]


Our Human Diagnosis – 166

According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, an estimated 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. experienced mental illness in 2019 (pre-pandemic!) and approximately 48 million adults in the U.S. are [...]


Lessons from Grief Camp – 158

I recently spent an unforgettable week working as a clinician at a grief camp for kids. While I'm sure I helped the campers learn and grow in many ways, they taught and inspired me a great deal, [...]


Permission to Feel Good – 143

Do you sometimes find it difficult to let yourself feel good? Often when we think about the emotions we don't want to feel, we think of the negative ones. But I've noticed a number of my clients [...]


Feeling Trapped in Motherhood – 137

Many moms are either too embarrassed or too ashamed to admit that they feel trapped in motherhood because they think it means there's something wrong with them. They don't realize that thinking [...]


Validating Emotions – 134

The act of validating your child's emotions can be a powerful parenting tool. Since every action begins with a thought, this episode explores different thoughts that can lead to validating and [...]


The Worst That Can Happen – 117

Do you worry yourself sick imagining the worst thing that can happen to you or your kids? Tune in to hear me talk about the worst that can happen (it's not what you think it is) and how best to [...]

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