Articles about Mental Health

Growing Resilience in a World Gone Wrong

Growing Resilience in a World Gone Wrong

What a strange, exhausting, frightening month it has been. Our rhythms of life have been fully interrupted; a day in the life of quarantine can move from panic to boredom, contentment to grief, anxiety to depression, and yes, joy to gratitude… only to rinse and repeat...
Choosing Your Hard

Choosing Your Hard

I wish I could take credit for the saying “Choose Your Hard” but I can’t. It was said to me in a session a few months ago and I have been using the simple reality since. Daily we are faced with choices and decisions that are uncomfortable, a nuisance,...
The Essential Nothing

The Essential Nothing

“It’s all a blur.” That’s what I say when asked how I did it. While raising six children aged seven to seventeen, husband in a job with a 3-hour daily commute time, and experiencing my long-time dream to become a teacher, there was little time...