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Healing Attachment Wounds

Healing Attachments Attachment—the critical bond that develops between baby and primary caregivers–is one of the most important aspects of infancy and early childhood. The nature and quality of our earliest attachments tends to affect all our relationships, “from cradle to grave.” When circumstances such as adoption, illness, financial stress, loss, or lack of family support

Shame and Guilt and the Impact on Our Lives

What is the difference between shame and guilt? Shame and guilt are two very powerful emotions that can affect the way we live our lives and the way we interact with others.  Shame is the feeling of being unworthy, usually coming from a place of negatively judging oneself.  Guilt is similar in that it also

You Are the Master of Your Mental Health

Your Mental Health Matters I read an opinion piece the other day called, “Amanda Bynes, Robin Williams, and the Spectacle of Mental Illness.”* The author wrote about how when celebrities struggle with mental illness, the general public tends to gawk at and taunt those who act in bizarre manners until a person dies because they

Why Loving Yourself Needs to Happen and Can, With a Few Changes

Here’s a short questionnaire for you: 1)     How do you treat yourself? 2)     How do you speak to yourself and what tone of voice do you use? 3)     Do you criticize your looks or obsess over your weight? 4)     Do you second guess your decisions or doubt your intelligence? 5)     Do you actually love yourself?

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