It's the end of the year, everyone is looking forward to the New Year and getting a redo. If you're like most, you've probably got some resolutions for 2019. Losing weight, making more money, getting organized - those are the top resolutions, and while not unattainable, most will forget about actively working on them after
The holiday season is here and for many this can be a stressful time of year. There are gifts to buy, parties to attend and family and friends put demands on us that are not always easy to achieve. Add a stressful end of year at work, and family obligations, and pretty soon you're curled
How are those New Year's Resolutions going for you? If you're like most people you've already quit your attempt to lose weight, get your finances in order and find the love of your life. If you're like most people you've given up on any lasting change and fallen back into the habits that have gotten
Wondering how to practice gratitude in the new year? No doubt you've heard of the many benefits of practicing gratitude and yet still the concept can be a little intimidating, if not outright confusing. Being a San Francisco therapist, I've noticed that humans tend to make things more difficult than they need to be. While
There's a chill in the air, it's only October but the holidays are right around the corner. Preparing for the upcoming holiday season is necessary if you have difficult family relationships. It's also necessary if you have a job, kids, a spouse, pets, parents etc. Family gatherings are difficult because often our expectations are unrealistically
If your life is stressful (and whose isn't), you'll be happy to learn that journaling can reduce stress and actually pave the way to health. The power of journaling has been known since we first started writing. It has only been in this digital age where we have gotten away from taking pen to paper.