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Thoughts of a Blogger: A Blogger’s Journal

I like the idea of my blog, and the content.  My message is clear “Life is simply far too short to ONLY think of your professional life.” Yes, I have obtained my Master in Social Work (MSW), and gone on to obtain … Continue reading

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Mental Health

With everything happening in the world. I committed to taking my mental health seriously this year. After investing in good therapy and yoga props and at home classes. I also began meditating at least once a day. My mental health … Continue reading

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Trauma

Think about it this way: We all carry an invisible backpack filled with trauma. The size of our backpacks differs from person to person. When trauma is retriggered, our backpack grows heavier and arouses the preexisting trauma. However, by recognizing … Continue reading

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Trauma

Where are you on your Trauma-Informed Journey?

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Therapeutic Word of the Day

In therapy, I learned a term that stuck with me: flooded. When someone is yelling and attacking you or misinterpreting you, you are allowed to say “Stop, I’m flooded. I can’t hear you anymore. Your words aren’t landing.” It means … Continue reading

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