emotional wellness

Self-Care Tips for the Hearing Impaired

Dealing with hearing loss is more than just coping with noisy environments or understanding conversations with other people. For many, it can be a constant struggle that can be incredibly draining. Your ears and brain are working double time trying to absorb all the sounds around you and interpreting them in a way that would […]

How to Choose a Substance Treatment Program for Your Teen

Teen substance abuse is at a historic low in the United States. Regardless, it continues to be a very real problem. Dallas Drug Treatment Centers, a directory of substance rehab facilities in the Dallas metro, reports that admission inquiries for teens continued at a steady pace, even with school closures and restricted movement due to COVID. […]

Does Diet Really Matter? Here’s Why Clean Eating Can Boost Your Mental Health

An estimated 450 million people worldwide experience one or more mental health conditions (as reported in 2018 by the World Health Organization). Since the ability to live life well and to foster physical and emotional intelligence lies in having strong mental health, it is necessary to prioritize this aspect of one’s health. Currently, the most […]

Expanding Uphill By Integrating Breathwork

Would you like to up your cycling game? Or perhaps you’re wondering how breathwork tools can be integrated amidst day-to-day challenges no matter what your choice of movement for health and wellness? This may trigger your curiosity to experiment with your own workouts. Last year I shared a personal breakthrough online. It was the first […]

Waking Up With Love

Sitting down to complete the final edits of my post, I put it aside to create something completely new. This is coming through demanding attention – it’s what’s really firing me up right now. There’s a powerful energy in my belly that’s calling to be heard, and fighting off a sore throat this past week […]

When You Decide You Don’t Need Anyone Else’s Approval But Your Own

Have you ever had that feeling that you’re seeking others’ approvals when the only approval or acceptance that you actually need is your own? Why Seeking Approval Became My Identity I have a confession: I’m am a recovering approval seeker and I sought approval because I was 100% afraid of making the wrong decision, being judged, […]

Quitting Shame

Shame. We all have it at one point or another. We feel shame about big mistakes we had tons of control over and also for aspects about us over which we had none. As a quitting evangelist, I spend a lot of time helping people quit their limiting mindsets and stories that are holding them […]

The Screen Between Us

We live in a world of screens and that screen between us filters out our ability to truly “see’ and empathize with each other.   The screen between us is a barrier which creates greater disconnection, prevents us from “going deep,” and makes it appear easier to both let people into our personal space and […]

Reduce Your Cravings – Somatically

2019 feels like a big year for a lot of people. It feels potent for myself as well. In this article. I am going to share some perspective on cravings: what makes them so hard to resolve and what you can do about all of that experientially. We all experience our lives in many ways. […]

Right Here, Right Now

Jump off the new year’s resolution train and into the magic and mystery of the present moment. Ironically as I write this title, it takes me back to the dancefloor in 1999 with the inimitable Fatboy Slim. Can you hear the tune, maybe you were there? Back on that dance floor, I wasn’t anywhere but […]

Quitting Holiday Dread

Ahh, the holidays. That time of the year that’s universally regarded as both the most joyful and the most stressful. For those of who have families or perhaps a large community of a different sort, the holidays are a time that can potentially consist of stressing over finding the perfect gift and getting the travel […]

Neurodiversity and the Highly Sensitive Person

“The best people possess a feeling for beauty, the courage to take risks, the discipline to tell the truth, the capacity for sacrifice. Ironically, their virtues make them vulnerable; they are often wounded, sometimes destroyed.”– Ernest Hemingway What is Neurodiversity? By Definition: (Wikipedia): “Neurodiversity is an approach to learning and mental health that argues various […]

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