Coping with Difficult People

Learning how to cope with difficult people is an attitude adjustment. On your part. Difficult people can shift the energy of a place I have been around my share of difficult people. People who are so miserable, that negativity oozes […]

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Men and Anxiety

  Men and Anxiety – Survivors of Sexual Abuse Here I am being interviewed by Matt of Surviving My Past  blog for survivors of sexual abuse and narcissistic abuse talking about what is unique to know about men and anxiey […]

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You Are Allowed To Feel

“You are allowed to feel! You are allowed!” I was “giving permission” to Betty, a client who was attempting to allow herself to be angry for the first time.  She closed her eyes tight, tried to breathe, and stay with […]

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Let Go of Anger

Have compassion Let Go of Anger There are many reasons we don’t want to feel anger, but it usually leads back to shame and fear. For a woman that consulted me, it was both. She felt anger-shame since from a young […]

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Are you unlucky?

Mistake #4: Thinking you are unlucky I had a client who told me that he was the most unlucky person in the world. Wow! Top that for a definitive statement! But his girlfriend confirmed this for me so it must […]

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MLK: Addressing Your Anger

  A teacher was telling me the story of her student who, when learning about Martin Luther King Jr., asked her, “Even after all of the things that happened to him, why is he always smiling?” Another child asked, “Why […]

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