I’m currently immersed in a book called We Should All Be Millionaires (our October pick of the month) by Rachel Rodgers. In it, Rodgers mentions Madam C.J. Walker, the African American woman who was the founder and creator of the most successful hair care product business in her time. Walker worked herself up from poverty to her unbelievable wealth in the early 1900’s. Think about how hard this is ... Read More about Our Duty to Women
We are going to do something fun this time! We wanted to list the apps that we are using right now, to get through the shit-show that most of us are still struggling with. Are you with us?? We hope this helps you find some fun ways to give yourself some self-care at the moment! Here are our 7 favorite self-care apps right now... 1. The Calm App – look, I’ll be the first to ... Read More about Our 7 Favorite Self-Care Apps Right Now
Sometimes when we are working with women who are experiencing bouts of intense anxiety, it’s really helpful to take a deep dive into all the things. One of those things being what you are eating and drinking during the day. Have lots of other remedies not worked in controlling your anxiety? Then it may be be time to look at what you’re putting in your mouth. We’ve learned that YES, there are ... Read More about 4 Foods That Can Cause Anxiety
No one is coming to save you. Who needed to hear that today?? It might seem kind of aggressive for me to write that to you, but I feel passionately that YOU needed to hear it, feel it, and absorb it today. What does this mean, you may be asking? Welp, this means that you and you alone my love, are responsible for everything you have, everything you’ve done and everything you will ... Read More about No One is Coming to Save You
Have you ever asked yourself, "what is my purpose?" What a loaded question sheesh! But one that I think we all ask ourselves throughout our lives and maybe on a regular basis. So how do you figure that shit out? Well, this is where our coaches in our new Empowered Connections Coaching program, come in. Here are some purpose themes we have noticed with our clients: First, we ... Read More about What Is My Purpose?
In this crazy ass world, we know A LOT of us are seeking therapy for some extra support and guidance as we drive along Shitshow Lane (aka our world right now.) Yes, even those of us who are therapists are looking for our own rock star therapist to help us manage our day-to-day worries and anxieties. We thought it might be helpful if we share some thoughts from both sides of the spectrum, on ... Read More about How to Get the Most Out of Therapy Sessions
Finally! After many long months, we are back in person in our Leonardtown and Dunkirk offices! Beginning August 1st, we will be lifting all restrictions which means it’s totally up to you if you’d like to wear a mask. We will no longer be texting you/calling you to come in or to bring your daughter in, rather you can use our waiting room again, woohoo! So just come on in before your ... Read More about We’re Baaacckkk Bitches!
Don't you just LOVE a good, empowering Maya Angelou quote? I think most of us know who Maya Angelou is but just in case you need a refresher: Maya Angelou (April 4, 1928 – May 28, 2014) was a celebrated author, influential poet, dancer, actress, singer, and activist. Maya received over 50 honorary degrees and is celebrated for her series of 7 autobiographies, which focus on her childhood and ... Read More about 10 of My Favorite Maya Angelou Quotes
Do you find yourself worried all the time? These past 18 months have been a really difficult time in all our lives. Whew... We all know it. And we’re still living it. Anxiety has increased significantly. Our world feels unsteady and unreliable. We are unsure about our futures, and we’re all feeling the stress from this. I wanted to give you a little tip that has really helped me ... Read More about Time-Blocking Worry Time
Hmmm, what exactly IS toxic positivity and why aren’t we talking about this more? One of my dear clients mentioned this the other day in our session, and it gave me pause. The definition of toxic positivity is simply always being positive and delivering sickening sweet answers to people that are struggling. You know what I mean: the co-worker that says “oh it could always be worse!” with ... Read More about Toxic Positivity