Category: Health & Wellness

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Apr2022
We seem to show up into the world with a better sense of who we are then when we are adults. Whether it is trauma, family, and friends’ influences, our experiences or the strong sense and need we have to belong, we do seem to lose ourselves along the way. ... Read More

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Apr2022
Another new year has arrived. It is that time of the year that many people decide to make New Year’s Resolutions. You may have guessed that statistically most will not be successful. What I read a few years ago was it was between 8% to 10% of people who were ... Read More

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Mar2022

Expanding Your Window

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March 21, 2022
I don’t know how many people have experienced the last 2 years as a trauma with the pandemic and the political atmosphere.  But it does feel that many people have a smaller window of tolerance than they had before. It feels like more and more people these days are dysregulated. ... Read More

21

Mar2022

Busyness Addict

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March 21, 2022
This is a continuation of my last blog or part 2. The idea of busyness and being addicted to frenzy really resonated with me among other things when I was listening to Dr. Shawn Ginwright on a podcast. I had to admit that I can let myself fall into this ... Read More

07

Nov2021

Taking Your Story Back

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November 7, 2021
I was listening to some music and the song by Major Lazar, “Lay Your Head on My Shoulder” came on, and there were a few parts that really stood out for me. They were “… And every single scar that you claim Is a stone in the path to this place And every single ... Read More

07

Nov2021

What is in an Emotion?

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November 7, 2021
When we hear the term, emotions, there might be a lot of different thoughts that come to mind. Emotions are complex and yes, confusing, and messy at times but can be pleasant and wonderful at other times. We all have them, and they can make us uncomfortable and uneasy one ... Read More

09

Oct2021
This is a bit different from prior blogs, but it was something I have been pondering. Some of these questions have been bouncing around in my brain so I thought I would share ... Read More

16

Sep2021
Life has normal everyday stressors that can include relationships, work, family, health, finances, school or a ton of other things. However, these days there seems to be a bit of extra stress out there. If you work in health care, teaching or with the general public, you may be feeling ... Read More

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Aug2021
Healing is a process, and it can sometimes be overwhelming. When we think of healing, there may be an idea of a smooth, linear transition of healing though more likely healing looks likes twists, curves and even back steps with a lot of growing pains. It can also be ... Read More

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Mar2021
When we are under stress, tired or otherwise feeling vulnerable, we all can engage in emotional reasoning. Jan offers some tips on how to recognize when we are using emotional reasoning and how to stop it.   Original Post March 3, 2021 on Jan Kwiatkowski at JDK Counseling ... Read More

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