Relationships During Quarantine

We play this fun game during quarantine, it’s called “Why Are You Doing It That Way?” and there are no winners.   Relationships can be hard in any circumstance, but the current quarantine can make relationships with our loved ones more challenging. Most of us have acknowledged the dramatic change in our daily routine, but weContinue reading “Relationships During Quarantine”

The Mindful Reframe: A Basic Practice

Have you ever found yourself looking for a new picture frame? Perhaps you are giving a picture to a loved one or framing an art print. There are many options you can choose from and each can have a subtle, but definite impact on the image or artwork. We might take a significant amount ofContinue reading “The Mindful Reframe: A Basic Practice”

Finding Your Wings at Home: Tips for Motivation

Motivation has been defined as the process by which activities are started, directed, and sustained to meet needs and accomplish various tasks or goals. The study of motivation is nuanced and complex, but several key ideas are helpful for a basic understanding. It is important to recognize that motivation is both conscious (explicit) and unconsciousContinue reading “Finding Your Wings at Home: Tips for Motivation”

Coping and Mental Health during the Pandemic: Acceptance & Self-Compassion

March 27, 2020 Recognizing and acknowledging the impact of the pandemic on our psychological self is essential to coping with stress and maintaining calm in our relationships. Coping with the ongoing stress and uncertainty of today can lead to a number of symptoms that can impact our daily functioning and relationships. It is important to recognize and acknowledge suchContinue reading “Coping and Mental Health during the Pandemic: Acceptance & Self-Compassion”