This week marks 21 years since the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. The experiences and images of that day remain a collective trauma for many people across the United States.
Consider the last 24 hours of your day. When was your last meal, snack, or drink before you went to sleep? What did you eat? I’m curious to know the items, amounts, and how your body felt afterwards.
Food is our body’s fuel. What is consumed (or not), especially in the mornings is something to seriously consider as a small but important step for getting healthy eating back on track.
Bedtime Ritual: Developing a ritual before going to sleep each night can generate a sense of consistent connection with a relationship.
Introduction video to why someone might be seeking out couples / relational counseling. In addition, provides resources for the individual to pursue on their own.
Creating a plan on how to adapt can help one feel more capable to embrace and bounce back from changes and/or challenges. When recognizing how one has navigated these in the past, a greater sense of ability may arise.
Amidst the day-to-day rhythm of life, it is common for people to feel like they are living from the shoulders up, being tuned into thoughts and worries more than the body.
Over the course of a month, year, less or more, one’s love map can evolve. Stressful events can especially change our view of self and the world, changing our map.