• Healing Your Inner Child with Self Love
    As we grow older, we slowly come to the realization that the wounds carried by our inner child run deep. If we don’t attend to these wounds gently, then we set ourselves to a lifetime of getting hurt and held back by them. That is why self-love is so important. Read more
  • Letting Go of Limiting Beliefs....
    Have you ever thought about how your limiting beliefs stop you from achieving what you want? Typically, one has to battle negative thoughts like, “I am not good enough.” Read more
  • Understanding Grief ......
    Grief and loss are personal – no two people experience it quite the same way. Who you are, your relationship with who / what you've lost and your personal coping methods determine how you experience grief and how it will affect you. Read more
  • Understanding Adult Separation Anxiety
    Separation anxiety is frequently considered ‘immature’ because of how strongly it's associated with children. Children don't realize that the person leaving will return, and become anxious at the thought of being separated from them. However, adults also suffer from this anxiety disorder, where they are afraid of being separated from a person, a group of persons, or even a pet. Read more
  • It's Okay To Not Be Okay
    Mental health awareness is increasing, but mental health doesn't seem to be improving. Read more
  • Men's Mental Health
    Even though mental health awareness is growing, there remains a stigma around it, particularly for men, that keeps many men from seeking help when they need it. Read more
  • Let go......
    Identify your negative behavioral patterns. Recognizing these patterns will help you become more aware of your own habits – some of which may be serving as a deterrent to your own success. Read more
  • Helping Your Teenage Child Deal with Anxiety
    Raising teenagers is a difficult job as it is. Your child is going through a huge transformational phase of their lives, and more often than not, it is as tough on you as it is on them. Read more
  • Helping Someone Who Is Suicidal
    Research has shown that people who commit suicide are ambivalent about their decision to commit suicide. They do not want to end their lives, they only want to end their suffering Read more
  • Why is it so difficult for us to talk about our mental health?
    Why is it so difficult for us to talk about our mental health? The social stigma of mental illness is widespread. Adding this health problem to the long list of stereotypes is not only difficult on the person suffering from it but also makes people insensitive to the issue at hand. Read more
  • Parenting in the 21st Century
    There was a time when a coffee mug with “Best Mom Ever” written on it or a t-shirt that says “Best Dad Ever” made other parent-friends jealous when they came to your house. Today, this scenario is hard to imagine because the rules of parenting have changed! To qualify as competent or anywhere near to “perfect,” you need to have the following qualifications: Read more
  • Leading Through Anxiety...
    How does one lead with strength and authority when it feels like everything around them is falling apart or going to? How can one motivate and inspire when their heart is racing miles a minute? Read more
  • Lessons we can learn from our failures!!
    Failure is almost inevitable. Instead of looking at it as a setback, we can use our failures as learnings. As Winston Churchill states " Success consists in going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm" Read more
  • Listen to yourself. Heal from Within!
    Listen to yourself. Heal from Within! Self-acceptance and self-love can only exist when you’ve addressed all of your mind and body’s needs. Read more
  • The Art of Mindfulness
    Mindfulness is the space between your future and your past that grounds you in the now. It’s a state of consciousness where transformation is possible. Reaching it is a simple and profound experience. Read more
  • Coping with Postpartum Depression
    Did you know that 80% of women go through “baby blues?” So, what exactly are baby blues? The best way to describe it is, “An empty or sad feeling that stops you from developing any emotional attachment to your kid.” Read more

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