We know the Holidays and year-end can be stressful and triggering. We deal with this every year. But now we have the added pressure of a raging pandemic added to the mix. We have the sensitivities and aftermath of a close and tumultuous election. We have the flavor of what 2020 has been hanging over…

We often try to kill what we are afraid of. This goes double for dealing with our anxiety symptoms. We want to kill what we feel is making us anxious. More accurately, we want to kill that part of us that is causing all of those feelings. Let me tell you a scary story. There…

I am hearing more and more children are teenagers complain about they are tired of the pandemic and they want their lives to return to normal.  They don’t want to wear a mask anymore and they want to play with their friends.  I am also hearing parents also comment about being tired of the Coronavirus…

“OK, so I have negative thoughts. So what?!?  Why should I care?” Your thoughts have an amazing affect, not only on your life, your environment, and the world you create around you, but also on your body. The first thing that happens when you have any thought is that it causes actual microscopic structural changes…