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6 Strategies for Raising A Mentally Strong Kid

6 Strategies for Raising A Mentally Strong Kid

What do you think of when I refer to someone who is mentally strong? Unlike some opinions, raising a mentally strong child does not mean teaching them to suppress their emotions. It’s also not about teaching someone to not care, or to only look out for themselves. Raising a mentally strong person requires being mentally… Continue Reading

The Art Of Compromise

The Art Of Compromise

If you prefer watching instead of reading, click here! I’m sure you’ve heard this story before. You and your partner are trying to make a decision. For example, let’s say you’re planning a vacation. You want to go to a nice relaxing beach resort and they want to go hiking in the Rocky Mountains. Because… Continue Reading

5 Healthy Ways You Can Process Your Feelings

5 Healthy Ways You Can Process Your Feelings

One of the most common issues people bring to our sessions is not knowing how to get through their feelings. We therapists call this processing.  For many of us actually feeling our feelings is not something we have much experience with. Sadness, anger, fear, grief, can be confusing emotions that have the capability of completely… Continue Reading

4 Reasons Why People In Happy Relationships Cheat

4 Reasons Why People In Happy Relationships Cheat

What do you think of when you hear the word cheat, or affair? Do you think of an adulterer who committed a horrible crime? Or someone who only considers themselves, and has no concern about who they are hurting? Possibly both? Click here to watch my video: 4 Reasons Why People In Happy Relationships Cheat… Continue Reading

The Power Of Having A Growth Mindset

The Power Of Having A Growth Mindset

Have you ever heard the term, “Growth Mindset?” Many people believe that the key to success is hidden in adopting this framework. Growth Mindset is the belief that people’s most basic abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work. Our brains are adaptable and changeable but only if we consistently challenge ourselves for growth.… Continue Reading

Mind Reading: The Good, The Bad, & The UGLY

Mind Reading: The Good, The Bad, & The UGLY

I’m going to start today’s tip with an example. Let’s say a couple walks into my office. We’ll call them John and Judy. Right away John and Judy begin talking about a small disagreement they had last week. According to Judy, when she asked her husband if he had a good time at her mothers… Continue Reading