Tag Archives: mental-health

Professional Women and Burnout

Hello my female cohorts!  Have you ever found yourself so tired that even a vacation didn’t ground you?  Well, know you are in good company. Women tend to strive more for excellence; to prove themselves.  Not that men don’t feel … Continue reading

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MEMORIES

We have memories that bring warm thoughts to us.  When I smell minestrone soup cooking on a stove I remember my grandmother’s house with a pot on the wood burning stove.  It brings up feelings of warmth, love, and nurturing. … Continue reading

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Are values old fashioned?

Isn’t it interesting that people talk about “Old Fashioned Values”!  When did values become a fad, or the past?  I think I missed that memo.  Values are the beliefs that we have that help us define our role in our … Continue reading

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ADDICTION

I have worked in addiction now for 15 years.  I am certainly no expert and not a physician so I will explain from my experiences and knowledge garnered from my clients over the years.  This Dis-Ease is insidious!  It eats … Continue reading

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