Monthly Archives: November 2015

Column Image Is Life Really “Not” Fair?

We have all heard it and probably have all said it at one time or another, “Well, life is not fair.” It is the automatic response we give to ourselves or another when what we think or believe should happen, or when something that has happened, is not “fair.” But … Continue reading >




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Column Image Lessons in Forgiveness

People often ask me: “Do I have to forgive in order to heal?” This is a very powerful question. Whether we have been wronged by a spouse who is unfaithful, a parent who let us down as a child, or a friend who betrayed our confidence, the question of whether … Continue reading >




Posted in Family, Personal Improvement, Relationships |

Column Image Mindfulness Practice

In today’s fast paced world, we are often tasked with managing many different situations at once. As humans we have the ability to hold multiple thoughts in our mind at one time and process information about one activity while actively involved in another. Although this amazing ability is often quite … Continue reading >




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Column Image The Importance of Instilling Values

Recently the team at Therapy Changes participated in a half-day workshop facilitated by Dr. Sherry Nooravi at Strategy Meets Performance. The topic of this workshop was developing “Company Values.” You may have heard of this trend in larger corporations like Whole Foods and Zappos. Successful and innovative companies like these … Continue reading >




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Column Image The Healthy Benefits of Helping Others

It is one of the most beautiful compensations in life… that no man can sincerely try to help another without helping himself. ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson Have you been feeling blue? Stuck in a rut? Feeling useless or without purpose? Some say the key to happiness is helping others. They … Continue reading >




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