I’ll tell you simply. The way to win at life is to discover and give in to all the feelings in your body.
I admit, How To Kill Your Therapist, is a scary title. I did that on purpose because I want you to learn about an important concept: Therapy that brings about lasting change happens through the relationship you have with your therapist.
You want self confidence? That solid feeling of trust in who you are, what you can do, and the decisions you make? Here’s how you get it
Why does this happen? Why do people perpetrate cruelty and violence on others or silently root for it as it goes on?
Who doesn’t want to have poise? To be able to feel life, but also to remain composed when things get crazy. So how do you get it? That magical ability to feel all the ups and downs of life, but maintain your cool in any given moment.
Cold Hard Fact: I have a very strict cancellation policy, and here’s why.
If you are looking for help with your emotions or behavior (and you’re searching the internet for insight) you’re probably seeing those words everywhere. They are among the most common and popular words in the self-help and therapy worlds right now. So, what do they mean?
WHAT THE HECK IS SOMATIC PSYCHOTHERAPY?! It’s just a fancy way of saying that you are going to actively engage your body while doing psychotherapy. So how do you do that?
Ever had a hard time saying NO to someone you like because you don’t want to upset them or hurt their feelings?
What is body-centered psychotherapy, you ask? First off, it’s really weird. I’m not going to lie.