Dealing with Disappointment

Thinking back to your childhood, would you have considered yourself a good sport or a poor sport? Did you throw the baseball glove on the ground when you missed the fly ball or refuse to high-five the winning team...

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Why You May Be Falling Behind Rather Than Springing Forward

The New Year is in full swing as spring is on the horizon. A few months back, many of us took to the tradition of challenging ourselves by setting goals for 2018. Whether those resolutions pertained to personal, professional,...

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Small Steps Toward Positive Change

I believe that the “do one thing differently” technique works for a variety of client concerns. In my experience, this approach has been helpful in decreasing ruminating thoughts and defeating self-talk, improving self-esteem, breaking negative habits, increasing motivation, and...

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How Curiosity Keeps Us Healthy

How Curiosity Keeps Us Healthy I am excited about iPhone X. While this may sound trendy, trite, even off-putting to non-Apple pickers - Let me state the case for my curiosity... Today's hand-held devices are Smart: We are all within thumb's reach...

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The F Word – Overcoming the fear of FAILURE

The "F Word" The "F Word" I am referring to is not the expletive uttered under our breaths in heavy traffic but, rather, to another F-Bomb: FAILURE In our "success at all costs" culture, failure is a scary concept. Some act on...

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