Like many others, I used to think Yoga was for affluent White females with slender bodies and stretchy pants, who enjoyed bending themselves into pretzels. I didn't understand the point, didn't think it was for my body shape, and I felt a bit uncomfortable with the spiritual aspect of Yoga. ... Read More
Do you know the difference between Depression and Sadness?
Original Blog July 23, 2019 on Michele Seeley, LPC PLLC - Online Therapy for Women: Depression.
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The other day I was helping at a farmers market. My two young children were with me and a person who new another vendor decided to stop by the booth I was helping out at. Now, I had never met this person but he started a conversation with me by ... Read More
It's that time of year. The evenings are starting to get cooler. There are more rainy days. The smell of pumpkin spice will soon fill the air. Here in the mid-west and northern states many are going to be pulling out our warm cozy sweaters and stocking up on hot ... Read More
In this episode you'll discover a powerful quote that can help you transform hopelessness into feelings of hopefulness in midlife.
Original Podcast on Midlife Transitions Radio E01: How to Transform Hopelessness Into Hopefulness
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Are you a person who paces when you are restless or need to solve a problem?
Have you ever taken a walk to feel better? To think? To let out anger or relieve stress?
Then, you have instinctively tapped into the Mind/Body connection to problem solve and/or heal.
Walk and Talk Therapy uses ... Read More
Help for the Helpers
The struggling caregiver. The depressed new mom. The overwhelmed minister. The burned out physician.
Helpers can give, give, give, but then realize that they need help too!
I work with the "helpers" - those of us who have a calling to give back, but often need reminding that our ... Read More
The holidays are over, family and friends are once again miles away, suitcases are still not fully unpacked, work has just started up again, and it is still cold— except now the snow is no longer associated with nostalgia and Christmas tunes but rather it’s just another obstacle on the ... Read More