Are you sad? It's very understandable.
Today I'm in my office. I'm alone. I have no clients coming for sessions. I have several sessions in a row today, all online.
Have you ever had a day where you just didn't feel like it?
Fear and anxiety about our economic future is up right now with record unemployment and radical change in how we work and do business.
The pandemic is traumatizing. There is the global trauma that the world is experiencing together and then there are personal traumas.
Have you ever had someone cheat on you and leave you for someone else? It can rip you up inside.
Pandemic fatigue is real. So many things are different and keep changing every day and it's exhausting.
There will be good days and there will be bad days. On the bad days, it can feel like things are going to be bad forever.
Too many people go through life without ever knowing what makes them happy.
Spring is a time of renewal and hope. I love spring flowers. They bring cheer to many and add color to our lives.
I hope that as this unfolds, we finally wake up to the fact that we have woefully inadequate mental health services.
Pets can help you make it through a difficult time.
Getting cabin fever? Tired of staring at the same walls? It's frustrating to be stuck at home all the time due to shelter-in-place.
As this pandemic unfolds and as we are stuck sheltering-in-place, people are getting down, anxious, and some are losing hope.
It's easy to forget during a crisis like this that there are good people out there.
Here's a change of pace. I wanted to show one thing I'm doing to help myself remain positive and occupied.
As we go forward through this pandemic people are showing signs of entering into despair.
Alcoholic beverage sales rose by 55% in late March
Sheltering-in-place can be very boring. You may run out of things to do or you may feel uninspired to try new things.
The economic effects of this pandemic are worrisome to say the least.