Managing Chronic Stress and Maintaining Hope in 2022

Photo by Anna-Louise on Pexels.com The prospect of a Happy New Year began to fade on the horizon when the newest Covid-19 variant wrecked any notion of what historically was a normal Christmas for thousands of people. As Omicron raced across the country, families were once again separated for the holidays. Pandemic-weary Americans, ready for … Continue reading Managing Chronic Stress and Maintaining Hope in 2022

What is Attachment Theory and Why Do I Care?

Photo by nappy on Pexels.com The standing joke when children act out is that 'it's always the mother's fault', right? Furthermore, often mothers inwardly feel guilt or shame if emotional or mental health problems develop in their child. I wonder why? Children have 2 biological parents. Unthinking confidence in the unfailing accessibility and support of … Continue reading What is Attachment Theory and Why Do I Care?

Falling Back – Is It SAD?

https://videopress.com/v/qeziNS6s?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata video by German Korb The Growing Darkness photo by Anna Jones Like some of you, there were many years when I could not enjoy the entirety of autumn due to my dread of winter. By Thanksgiving, I often felt the weight of depression descending upon me. With the shorter days came darker moods and … Continue reading Falling Back – Is It SAD?