Let Your Heart Crack Open

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        Oh March, thank you for again reminded me that endings and death are a necessary component in new beginnings, rebirth, resurrection and spring. Beginning. Middle. End. Again… Beginning. Middle. End. We are always in this cycle. Seeds start their journeys in the dark. They appear dead but they are not. They […]

National Eating Disorder Awareness Week

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February 21-27 is National Eating Disorder Awareness week. What you need to know about Eating Disorders is that they are maintained and thrive on self-loathing. Every day an inner war is fought. In this war, there are only prisoners. SELF-LOVE is the only way out of disordered eating. Here is a glimpse of what its […]

Today is the Day

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  Today is the day– It’s the day after Christmas. The gifts are opened, the wine bottles are empty and there are a few cookies that Santa didn’t eat. Ho. Ho. Ho. Today typically brings hangovers and sugar crashes. Alcohol and sugar have powerful effects on our brains. Alcohol is a depressant. Sugar hijacks the […]

Gratitude– Beyond Feeling Good

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There is a lot of talk about “gratitude” this time of year. We talk about the importance of taking pause to acknowledge what we have, our good fortune, what we have accomplished and who is beside us. This is a lovely practice, one of great importance and when practiced regularly can create shifts in the […]

5 Things I’ve learned about expecting a baby

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Before I got pregnant, I remember thinking that I wouldn’t actually be a mother until the day my baby arrived. I truly thought that my life wouldn’t change until I had my baby.  Nothing could have been farther from the truth. Not to mention learning that pregnancy was actually 10 months, not 9 months! I’m […]

3 Questions to ask your counselor in the Vail Valley

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Finding a confidant to support you can be a challenging endeavor, yet it is completely possible. Here are 3 important questions you can ask a potential counselor in order to find out if he/she is a good match for you. 1. What sets you apart from other therapists? It is important to ask your therapist […]