Grieving the Death of a Relationship

  Relationship never dies a natural death.. They are murdered    by ego, attitude and ignorance.                                                                                                  ~ Unknown     Have you ever … [Read more...]

Grief: It’s Not Just About the Death of a Loved One

The disappointments carried within our souls are all part of a grief phenomena. We are grieving all of the time. Depression, anxiety and even obesity can be in response to a loss and at the same time can cause a grief reaction. The funny thing is is … [Read more...]

A Father’s Legacy

As father’s day approaches I think about my relationship with my father.  I speak to my Dad every day. For some reason after my mom passed I took on the responsibility of making sure that he was ok. Even though he remarried, the connection between us … [Read more...]

In Just a Minute…

Memorial Day is a day to remember fallen heroes who fought for freedom. It is now a day that represents the beginning of summer. As the school year ends it is a time for kids in the US to have time off. The meaning of the day often goes unnoticed. … [Read more...]

The Loss of My Mother

Stories. We all have them! They define us. Each aspect of some past memory is a story that remains. When does a story shift from being just a story to part of our muscle memory, part of our cellular memory? So much so, that when we think about the … [Read more...]

The Power of Past Life Regression

Have you ever asked the question “Why am I here?” Have you ever wondered why you feel an instant electricity and alignment with certain people and not with others?  Isn’t it curious that through hypnosis we can re-experience being in the … [Read more...]

Moving from Regret to Regrowth

Regret is part of a sense of loss that we carry in ourselves. Regret and shame are often related. Remember the time you said something and later regretted saying it? Or you wish that you had responded differently to a situation and believe that … [Read more...]

The Movies and Mental Illness

"Silver Linings Playbook" is a movie that depicts mental illness with ease and grace. The forgiving and heartfelt style illustrates that there is hope for those whose lives are framed and defined by the sorrows of imprinted stigma. If you suffer from … [Read more...]

Do You Have a Complex?

  In therapy today, yes, the therapist does see a therapist, we were talking about how complexes hold court within the soul. You might ask, “What is a complex?” In layman’s terms it is an unconscious pattern of emotions and desires that are … [Read more...]

Dooms Day Predictions Abound!

Mayan Calendar ends on December 21, 2012 and Dooms Day Predictions abound! Now what? What do we do when we have an expectation, especially one that would end our lives, and it does not come to fruition? In thinking about what I would write to you … [Read more...]