Are You Crazy or Do You Have Celiac Disease?

A few years back I received a call from a concerned daughter. Near tears she reported that her family was at the end of the rope. Her mom was acting erratically and was experiencing wild mood swings. One moment she was depressed, crying, and sleeping a lot. The next she was more enthusiastic and hyperactive […]

October is Domestic Violence Month

When I meet new clients, I always ask about whether or not they have been subjected to domestic violence. Sometimes they say no, but later reveal that in their families, past relationships, or current relationships there is yelling, pushing, or controlling behaviors. I am surprised at how many people still don’t understand that THIS IS […]

Avoid the Holiday Blues

For some people, the holidays aren’t a time of family, happiness, cheer, and feasting. It’s a time of depression, isolation, and headaches. If you are one of the people who have more anxiety than joy at this time of year, what can you do to avoid the holiday blues? No Comparisons One of the most […]

Are You a Healthy Giver?

The winter holy days approach and with them come the tradition of giving. Being a healthy giver can make this a time of great joy. Being an unhealthy giver can make it a very stressful time. Let’s take this quick quiz to see just where you fall. Do you feel obligated to give a gift […]

How To Be A Healthy Receiver

Are you able to receive a compliment without feeling the need to say something nice back or say, “It was nothing”? Does being the center of attention, like at a birthday party, make you uncomfortable? Would you rather not receive gifts from people? Does receiving things make you feel like to have to return the […]