The Problem of Connecting to Others without Losing Ourselves

November 15th, 2017 No comments


I’m pleased to announce that I reached a new level in my therapy. This level definitely wasn’t possible for me last year because I hadn’t undergone the healing I needed to undergo in order for me to get to this place. What I also find interesting was that I had been recently contemplating stopping the therapy altogether, because I had felt that my therapy had stagnated, which made me think that I had gotten what I needed. Read more…


Two Years of Therapy – My Continuing Journey of Healing, Growth and Transformation

June 22nd, 2016 No comments


Wow…how time flies.

A year ago, I wrote a blog titled, “One Year of Therapy – My Journey of Healing, Growth and Transformation,” where I talked about the changes I witnessed after my one year anniversary of starting therapy. Well, Wednesday, June 8th, I marked the completion of my second, or sophomore year of therapy. Read more…


How Deep Can I Go? How Getting to My CORE Emotional Issues Is Helping Me Heal and Remove Success Obstacles

March 16th, 2016 No comments

So finally, June of 2014, after years of thinking that no idiot therapist could know better than me about me, I walked into a therapist’s office after setting up an appointment, having already had resolved within that I couldn’t overcome myself by myself. Read more…


6 Brutally Honest Steps to Stop Attracting Psychos, Losers and Douchebags As Boyfriends and Girlfriends

January 26th, 2016 No comments

Warm Winter Romance

So you’re a dude and you ended yet another, to put it mildly, “dysfunctional” relationship. But “Shut up,” you tell me, this one wasn’t so bad. She never called the police after the two of you had an argument and demanded that you be arrested because you hit her even though she was doing all of the hitting and throwing of lethal objects. Read more…


One Year of Therapy – My Journey of Healing, Growth and Transformation

June 16th, 2015 No comments

Ike Love

I’ve always been fascinated by stories of people transforming their lives in various areas, but in the midst of my fascination, it wasn’t until recently that I realized that I’m going through one of my own.

Last week, last Wednesday to be exact, has marked one year since I started therapy, body oriented therapy that is, and hitting this milestone of completing my “Freshman year” of therapy has compelled my to sit back and reflect how I’ve changed. Read more…


5 Brutally Honest Tips How to Get the Maximum Benefit from Going to Therapy

May 12th, 2015 1 comment

Rachel Howland Milwaukee

Among honouring yourself and consistently stepping out of your comfort zone, one of the cornerstones of developing a high self esteem is becoming aware of your self defeating thoughts, habits, patterns, behaviours and emotions (I explain more about this in a blog I wrote several years back titled, “3 Ways to Improve Your Self Esteem and Take Back Your Power“). Not being aware of them is like being in a boat unaware that there’s a hole in it and wondering why no matter how hard you row you have to struggle to stay afloat. Read more…