Being a good enough parent on a practical, task-based level is a bit like doing an iron-woman triathlon—daily.
What does let it go mean? I’ve always wondered. I’ve also always had a slight aversion to
I took a deep dive into fear this month. Over this past year, someone I lovedearly, a close family member,
Trying to find peace with the mind is like trying to open a lock with a
As women, we are raised to be accommodating. We’re rewarded for taking care of others, being
Being a mom is perhaps the most all-inclusive and demanding job in the history of “man”kind.
A lot of couples show up in my office because they don’t feel deeply connected. Often, one member
What is forgiveness and how does it happen? We talk so much about forgiveness, throw around so many
Reject fear, choose love. This is a popular refrain and wonderful advice. Many believe that there are only two primal
Commitment is a topic that brings a lot of couples into therapy. The word has a single definition,
Have you ever wondered why we’re so bad at self-care, why taking care of ourselves is so
The holidays arrive each year with an abundance of expectations. We’re expected to be having fun
Finding silence and peace in the noise and chaos of the holiday season. Nancy Colier and
Why is it so hard for some people to say “I’m sorry”? It’s remarkable how difficult
As a relationship therapist, I am often asked “What’s the biggest problem couples face?” The easy
For many (dare I say most) people, spending time with parents can unleash some pretty strong