Big emotions are part of life.
If you’re dealing with grief or mental illness, big emotions very well might feel like your entire life. They can show up without warning, and often feel like they are going to swallow us whole. While I use many modalities to assist …Read More ›
How do you support someone who is grieving, or going through a difficult period of life?
We don’t get any life training on how to be a good friend, or how to show up when somebody’s going through a hard time. I learned a lot about how …Read More ›
If you open a dictionary to grief, it will define the word as a state of deep sorrow, usually in response to someone’s death. While sorrow can be part of grief, I would challenge that grief is neither an emotion nor synonymous with sadness. Grief can encompass …Read More ›
Ending and beginnings. How do we navigate them? What do we do when one thing has ended, but the next has yet to begin?
I went through massive loss in 2017. My mom died, my romantic relationship of 1.5 years ended, and I completed my medical residency. The …Read More ›
I write a lot about grief. It is so powerful, yet deeply misunderstood in our culture. Patients often come into my office asking for prescriptions to take away their grief (if only I had one!). Whether you are experiencing the loss of a loved one, divorce, a …Read More ›
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