Why are you in such a hurry?

Take things in shorter strides and enjoy the journey of life. Shorter strides doesn't always mean slower. Sometimes we rush to get to where we're going because the journey is long and stressful, we want to just get there! It can also be stressful to rush. If we look at the journey in sections, it … Continue reading Why are you in such a hurry?

Would you like to work on managing anxiety and building healthy habits?

Is anxiety keeping you from reaching your goals? Would you like to work on building up healthy habits that reflect your goals? If the answer is "yes," then reach out to me if you think that we'd be a good fit to strategize together! I'm working with Pennsylvania residents. Please, reach out if you have … Continue reading Would you like to work on managing anxiety and building healthy habits?

Why You Should Elevate Your Mental Health and How

Do you prioritize your mental health? If your mental health isn't one of the areas that comes to mind, consider moving it to one of your top priorities, elevate it. Here's the short answer of why it's important. When we work on our mental health, we improve all of the other areas of our lives. … Continue reading Why You Should Elevate Your Mental Health and How

Struggling to Remain Strong for too Long?

Depression, anxiety, and panic attacks are signs that you should ask for help It is important to be able to recognize the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and panic attacks in ourselves. When we experience these symptoms frequently, for longer than a few weeks, it is time to ask for help. Take action. We tend to … Continue reading Struggling to Remain Strong for too Long?

Mindful Breathing Exercise

When you feel stressed or anxious, have you been mindful of your breathing? Notice if you're holding your breath, taking shallow breaths, or breathing too quickly. Take control of your breathing by trying a short breathing exercise: Lay, sit, or stand comfortably, with good posture to allow yourself to breathe easily. If you're laying or … Continue reading Mindful Breathing Exercise

Favorite Positive Affirmation?

What's your favorite positive affirmation, right now? Mine is, "I have everything I need." I tend to feel like I need MORE (belongings, money, approval from others, etc.) and it can create anxiety and tension. I don't actually need any of these things. When I practice living in the moment and tell myself that I … Continue reading Favorite Positive Affirmation?

Things to Let Go

Things that you need to let go of: ▪︎ Past mistakes▪︎ Things you have no control over▪︎ Self-doubt▪︎ Need to please▪︎ Fear▪︎ Toxic relationships▪︎ Comparison▪︎ Chasing perfection Are these items on your list? What can you add? follow my blog to receive mental health tips

Being Productive and Calm as a Busy Woman

To all of the busy women, here are some strategies that can help you be productive and calm. Does this sound familiar to you? Personally, as a busy person (have a young daughter, maintaining relationships, keeping the house tidy, running my own mental health private practice, blogging (for two websites), and preparing for ultramarathons), I … Continue reading Being Productive and Calm as a Busy Woman

Simple, Yet Powerful Ways to Manage Worry and Anxiety

This article is about four simple, yet powerful ways to manage worry and anxiety. Are you worried about how things are going to go for you? Do you fear that you won't be able to handle potential problems? How can you make a tough decision not having all of the details? Here's what you CAN … Continue reading Simple, Yet Powerful Ways to Manage Worry and Anxiety

Wise Mind: ACCEPTS Skill (Distress Tolerance from DBT)

Wise Mind: ACCEPTS The ACCEPTS acronym has skills that helps keep you busy and distracted when you would typically be preoccupied by a crisis. It is easy to dwell on what is going wrong, by focusing on the ACCEPTS behaviors, you can get yourself through hard times. The acronym A: ActivitiesC: ContributingC: ComparisonsE: EmotionsP: Pushing … Continue reading Wise Mind: ACCEPTS Skill (Distress Tolerance from DBT)