Don’t judge trauma

Don’t judge someone else’s trauma or compare your own. That’s the point of this post. Trauma is one of those things that I totally understand. I’ve lived through trauma, experienced it, suffered from it, and grew from it. One thing that saddens me about trauma survivors is there judgment regarding either their own trauma or […]

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Sneak Peek (unedited) Stalk Therapy

Unknown September 11th, 2019, 8:46 PM I did it. I just followed her to her house. I think she thought she outsmarted me, the poor fool. I will show her how to get away from someone. I will teach her that you cannot outsmart a superior intellect such as myself. She looked so beautiful, tender, […]

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Mindfulness Practice

As a DBT therapist the practice of mindfulness exercises is a regular part of my daily routine. The way most of my consumers experience mindfulness when they first start looks a little like this: They picture themselves walking down the beach with a warm breeze enveloping them. “Oh I forgot to pull the meat out […]

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Find your Peace

You sit there listening to someone speak and then your eye begins to twitch. You realize you haven’t had a full night’s sleep in months. The everyday stress of the job pulls you down, you’ve been struggling with the kids’ school- trying to make sense of random math problems, you try to be a good […]

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An Explanation of Love

During therapy, the topic of love comes up pretty much every single day. The other day I was trying to figure out how to explain love to people. Mostly due to people misinterpreting “the butterfly feeling” as an absolute sign that it is “true love!” Typically, when I hear that response, I have to hold […]

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