Letting Go of Unrealistic Expectations Lots of coaches will tell you to dream big and "Go big, or go home." While optimism is a great practice that helps people achieve and
Are You Sexually Harassing Someone? I recently read an article where Quentin Tarrantino lamented not taking the sexual harassment allegations against collaborator, Harvey Weinstein, more seriously. Tarrantino basically said that he
When You Wish Your Parents Were Different The approaching holidays can bring up thoughts like: I'm supposed to be with my family now; We're supposed to be happy; This is supposed
Letting Go of the Need for Certainty Before You Act Do you have a need for certainty before you act? This often looks like projecting several movements ahead, and eliminating all
Letting Go of Social Isolation Lots of people socialize less when the weather cools. We stay inside where we are snuggly warm. With the covid headlines talking about the reimplementation of mask
Five Easy Changes to Create Connection By far the most common complaint I hear among people in counseling is the lack of connection. Loneliness is epidemic and nobody seems to know
Want a Committed Relationship? Let Go of Situationships. The likelihood of going from a situationship to a committed relationship isn't great. If you want a committed relationship, let go of situationships.
How to Be Okay When You've Grown Apart from Your BFF I love my friends. I still keep in touch with many of them from as far back as elementary school.
Learning Persistence Eighty-nine days ago, I began a personal challenge to do 365 days of letting go. One of the things that I am learning is persistence. I've always done what I've
Do You Have the "Need To Know" Itis? I call the act of blocking forward movement with too many questions the "Need to Know" Itis. Let's take a look at this Buddhist