Tag Archives: Mind

Healthy Self Love

What does it mean to practice healthy self-love? I often talk to my clients about this. ┬áHealthy self-love consists of having a kind internal dialogue. In order to do this, we must learn to tame our internal critic. When we … Continue reading

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Spring Fever

Spring has sprung here in Hollister, CA. The birds are singing, my roses are blooming. The weeds are pushing their way around and wanting to take over my flower beds. My hay fever is in full-on sneezing my head off … Continue reading

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My respect for Dr John Gottman

One of my favorite authors and experts on the subject of relationships is Dr. John Gottman. Dr. Gottman has written extensively on the subject of relationship longevity. His words are not just rhetoric, though. They are backed up by decades … Continue reading

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Library of Birmingham

The Library of Birmingham, United Kingdom, is, according to Wikipedia, the largest free cultural center in Europe. It is located in my husband’s home town. We recently traveled from our small town of Hollister, CA to Birmingham. While we were … Continue reading

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Cognitive Reframing

I just was browsing my Facebook feed and noticed a post from someone who was encouraging people to reframe their disappointments from 2013. What does it mean to reframe your thoughts? In psychological terms, it means that you take a … Continue reading

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