Writing a letter that says goodbye to someone you care about isn’t easy, but it can bring healing and closure when a relationship ends. These tips on how to write a goodbye letter are inspired by a reader’s comment and based on my experience with a variety of losses.
How do you cope with not feeling good enough for a job you’re getting paid to do? Or maybe it’s not about work: you don’t feel good enough in your family, relationships, or as a parent. How do you start feeling better about yourself when you constantly feel bad?
What are the best types of incense, and why do people burn incense for prayer, worship, and healing? Because incense has surprisingly powerful benefits for your mind and spirit! Learn how different types of incense – frankincense, white sage, myrrh – can reduce stress and calm anxiety.
Can counselors bring their dogs to work? Yes! My goal as a therapist is to include my dog in counseling sessions with clients. If you’re a counselor, therapist or psychologist who wants “bring your dog to work”, you’ll find my research helpful.
How do you accept a breakup you didn’t want and didn’t see coming? Acceptance doesn’t happen overnight, but you can ease the pain of an unwanted and unexpected breakup. These tips will help you accept that your relationship ended and move into a fresh new season of life.
Equine therapy isn’t a new way to help with the grieving process; it’s long been known that horses can heal grief, trauma, and emotional pain. But will equine or horse therapy work for you or someone you love?