An Empowered Walk Through Addiction

The-privilege-of-a-lifetime-is-being-who-you-areThis quote by Joseph Campbell is one I often use with patients. I present the quote, sit silent for a while and allow them to contemplate the words. The quote opens inner doors most of my patients have never entertained and we begin to explore what the words mean. At some point, a proposition is made as to whether they want to use their journey of addiction as this privilege of a lifetime. 
Read the full article @ PsychCentral Professional → An Empowered Walk Through Addiction
Enjoy, 

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5 Mindful Ways to Win at Life

 

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I wrote this article because this is your life– this is the only one you get, I don’t want you to get to the end of it and realize that you’ve lost.
Many of us have given up on ourselves. We’ve given up on our ability to manage who we want to be, and how we want to live. Modern life comes with a plethora of distractions. Abandoning the potential of our own lives has become the new normal 😦
Read the full article @ PsychCentralYour Life: Are You Winning or Losing
Enjoy, Laura

5 Steps to Increase Motivation

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I hear it all the time: “I’m not motivated.” For many of my clients, they are referring to not having the motivation to perform basic life responsibilities such as paying bills, cleaning the house, making calls, and taking care of their health.
Read the full article at World of Psychology:  5 Steps to Increase Motivation
Ciao, Laura