Monthly Archives: February 2015

Column Image Finding Perspective

I recently came back from a dirtbiking trip to Death Valley and the surrounding area refreshed and refocused. There are many things that I love about dirtbiking like the opportunity to explore new places and be physically challenged. However, the aspect of the sport that appeals to me the most … Continue reading >

Posted in Children, Family, Grief, Personal Improvement, Relationships, Stress, Therapy |

Column Image Practicing Vulnerability

The term vulnerability is described beautifully in the book Daring Greatly by Brene Brown. Her book not only describes the concept of vulnerability but also discusses its importance in our lives. Vulnerability, according to Brown is a crucial part of human existence that is oftentimes ignored or suppressed. All humans … Continue reading >

Posted in Personal Improvement, Relationships |

Column Image February is Heart Month – And Not Just for Valentine’s Day!

Did you know that the month of February is Heart Health Month, or that February 6, 2015 is “National Wear Red Day”? Do you know what that means? Heart disease has become the number one illness facing women today and continues to unexpectedly claim lives. We all know February to … Continue reading >

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