By: Christine Martin Byers, M.Ed., LCMHC Therapeutic Partners Self-compassion, once mastered, can bring a sense of self-worth, self-empowerment, and peace with what is. Self-compassion, however, can sometimes lead to an endless amount of giving of oneself to the point of burnout. This is because when we embrace our shadows and learn to love the darkest corners of our souls, we … Read More
In a recent Washington Post article, Mariette Williams writes about ways to fight the cold and dark days of winter, with topics including “clean and organize”, “address your senses” and “optimize bedrooms”. Follow this link to read more about SAD and how to get through the winter season successfully!
Parenting in 2020 and 2021 is a lot different from any other time in recent history, and it’s proving to be a challenging time for all members of the family. Psychotherapy Networker has posted an article recently that discussed this new level of parenting pressure and how to cope together. To read the article, please view “Families Under Pressure.“
Mother.ly has a great article posted about helping your children cope with the possible difficulties of celebrating the 2020 holiday season during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to read “10 Phrases to Help Kids Cope with Holiday Disappointment this Year” If you’re in the Triangle area and interested in speaking to one of our therapists, please contact us or schedule … Read More
Self-compassion can at times feel egotistical especially if you are a recovering people pleaser and fixer-of-all like I am, but it could not be further from the truth. Self-compassion is not being selfish, self-centered, or focused only on one’s self. Self-compassion is learning to love yourself, your body, your cracks, your shame, your shadows, and all. Self-compassion is the ability … Read More