my experience using the Fisher Wallace Stimulator

Several months ago, I embarked on a new journey. This journey is quite a unique one. I’ve had high hopes for progress, an immense burden […] Read More

steps to take when explaining mental illness to others

“Walk a mile in someone else’s shoes…” What a great-sounding but impossible suggestion. We can muster all our empathy and strength, but we can never […] Read More

GUEST POST: seeking spirituality with scrupulosity OCD

How pleased I am today to share a friend’s journey with you, one I personally haven’t discussed or was aware of until meeting her: Scrupulosity […] Read More

false vegan claims: decipher fact from fiction

Follow my blog with Bloglovin The goal of the vegan movement is for everyone to go vegan or at least incorporate more plant-based choices into […] Read More

what’s the key to true suicide prevention?

Kate Spade. Anthony Bourdain. Inevitably someone else. I wish I didn’t have to write about this topic anymore. I wish I could say we’re making […] Read More

am I an empath? what it means to feel too much

If there is one thing I see among my age group that really bothers me, it is a trend toward making apathy seem “cool.” It’s […] Read More

why everyone needs therapy

It’s not just for those struggling. For those with mental illness. For those completely lost and shrouded in darkness. For those who don’t even realize […] Read More

true comfort food: pie therapy

When it comes to therapy, we have quite a selection to choose from, whether it be in a professional or low-key setting. Some people enjoy […] Read More

virtual assistance: apps for better mental health

“Those crazy millennials, always glued to their smart phones and computers! Always needing wifi! Not appreciating talking to people in actual conversations! Where did we go wrong?” […] Read More

the great outdoors of ecotherapy

Who knew therapy could come from outside the counselor’s office? Or beyond a bottle of pills? It’s hard to believe a doctor could prescribe a […] Read More