Posts Tagged "emotional freedom"

Salt Water: The Cure for Your Problems?

Posted by on Jan 31, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

Salt Water: The Cure for Your Problems?

I came across this quote a while back and it was one that actually made me think. Could it be true? While many people come in to see me so I can fix their situation, help them feel better, and wave a magic wand so their life improves, I just don’t have all the answers. Here is why salt water might just be the cure you are looking for and help guide your therapy experience:   Sweat: Whether literal of figurative working hard is required to get to where you want to be, at least in counseling. It won’t be easy but you can do it and it will be well worth it, I promise....

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Are You In A Controlling Relationship?

Posted by on Jan 11, 2012 in Blog | 0 comments

Are You In A Controlling Relationship?

You might have a picture of what a controlling relationship looks like. However there are many hidden, and often missed signs of control that can cause you to feel like a prisoner to your own actions. Controlling relationships don’t  have to include someone determining what you wear, eat, weigh, or who you can spend time with, there are other signs. It doesn’t have to include checking Internet or phone call histories, stopping by where your partner said they were just to make sure, or enforcing a curfew for your adult partner. Before we get into different signs of control it is...

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Accepting Control Over the One Person You Can…You!

Posted by on Oct 24, 2011 in Blog | 0 comments

Accepting Control Over the One Person You Can…You!

Some of the best words I ever learned were: You can’t change others, only yourself. Another way I have heard this is: You can’t change others, just your reaction to them. There are two ways to control. One in which you try to control everything around the people in your life in hopes for making them think, feel, or act differently.  The other way is to try to actually get the other person to change the person they are so they can be who you want them to be. How many times have you tried, with no avail, to get someone to notice you, to make it easy for them to like you, spend time...

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