On Getting Stuck -- Why do we Fear Positive Change?

Re-posted from Michelle's Weebly blog So many of the people I see in my practice get "stuck" at some point...stuck in a pattern, a habit, a coping mechanism that isn't helping them, in a routine, in an unhappy relationship, in a place, in a job they dislike, in a way of thinking, etc. In fact, everyone gets "stuck" in something at some point in life. It can be during a transitional phase or during a time when we are feeling emotionally low or more isolated than usual. It is digging out of the hole we created for ourselves and getting "unstuck" that is the challenge for people when this occurs. Why can it be so difficult to make new, positive changes stick when we are in a rut? One co

Spring Cleaning -- A Happier, Healthier You & Revisiting New Year's Resolutions

Re-posted from Michelle's Weebly blog Many of us do not practice the fine art of self care. We are too busy with work, school, kids, taking care of family members and our homes, bills, and everything else in life...so we make excuses as to why we don't have time for ourselves. But, what everyone must learn at some point is that we have to take care of ourselves and our own needs first, so that we will then be able to take care of everyone and everything else in our lives much more easily and with less stress. Since it is the time of year when there are many transformations and new beginnings with daylight savings time "springing ahead," the earliest signs of the spring time starting, an

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