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  • 13 Habits That Show Your Partner May Be Emotionally Neglecting You
    While all relationships go through ups and downs, if your partner has certain ongoing habits that leave you feeling ignored, misunderstood, or alone, it may be a sign they’re emotionally neglecting you. And since it can quickly turn toxic, that’s not a situation you’ll want to ignore… Read more here. (Latasha Matthews, LPC, contributing author.)
  • 5 Tips To Help You Get Past Your Winter Blues With Depression And Anxiety
    Winter can be a tough time for people who deal with depression and anxiety. From decreased sunlight, colder temperatures, and the bleakness of the outdoors, this can make anyone feel a little more down than normal. However, people with specific mental health issues, like anxiety and depression, may react to this time of year with […]
  • 10 signs the person you’re dating wants to keep things casual
    When you meet someone new, it can sometimes be tough to know what sort of relationship that other person is interested in. Knowing if they’re interested in keeping things casual or want something more long-term can help you figure out if you align on this particular issue. But sometimes people aren’t always upfront about what […]
  • 7 Tips for Dialing Down the Toxicity in Your Life
    If you thought that the biggest word of 2018 was “extra” or “woke,” we’re about to rock your world. The real number-one word of the year? Toxic, at least according to the Oxford English Dictionary. And whether you use it to describe friendships, the way we treat the environment, or your relationship with the news, it probably crops […]
  • INVIGORATE! (Achieving Health & Wellness Goals using boundaries)
    Health and wellness goals aren’t limited to being physically fit and dietary adjustment, but they transcend into how you live, manage your time, operate professionally, and plan for your future. We understand that if you set goals for yourself that challenges you to get to a ‘better’ place in your life and work hard towards […]
  • Financial Management: It’s Never Too Early or Too Late To Learn
    This month we are talking about finances and taxes. We know that this can be a stressful time as we are in the midst of tax season and preparing for spring break, but what better time to begin teaching your kids about finances? I work with lots of teens that feel entitled to have the […]
  • LOVE: crisis not exempt
    As we continue in the month designated for love, I encourage you to Go Ahead and Love through the crisis. We all experience some type of crisis in our lives that seems to overshadow us and blur our focus. These crises can be life-threatening and life-altering, very large or somewhat small, but they exist and […]
  • 10 ways to boost your self-image and ultimately, your self-worth
    As we wrap up this month’s discussion on self-worth and self-image, I will leave you with 10 tried and true tips to illuminate your journey and encourage you. Focus on your strengths. Oftentimes we focus on the mistakes we have made and the things we don’t have in our lives but if we begin to […]
  • Are you moving or standing still?
    This month I’m discussing transitions and boy do I have a lot of them. As stated in my newsletter I’m finalizing my book project, The Dumping Ground, and I’m moving to my new office space October 1. Although moving and change can be very exciting it can also be very stressful, costly, and frustrating if […]
  • Financial Freedom
    This month we are celebrating independence and freedom. There are so many ways to gain independence and freedom.   One of the areas that have been a challenge for me over the years is the area of financial freedom.  As you all might know, you don’t just wake up one day being financially free.  How many […]