How to Lose Your Sh$t (and Find Freedom)

When was the last time you let yourself have a good wailing cry? 

I mean the throw-your-head-back-delicious-hot-mess kind of cry that you had when you were a kid. 

When I was little, my parents used to call it the Snoopy cry because I howled so much when I was sad.  Texas drama queen, born and bred.

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3 New Ways To Nurture Yourself

There is something about the shift from winter towards summer that allows for a deep feeling of relief.  Everything feels lighter; we wear less clothing, we run outside barefoot with our kids, we eat fresher food.  And everything slows down; everyone is on vacation, responsibility loads seem to lighten. But for most of us, this doesn’t mean we are suddenly totally free of all the things weighing us down.  

As a practicing women’s and relationship therapist, one of the most important lessons I have learned is that in order to improve truly nurture and care for the relationships in our lives, we must first focus on the relationship with ourselves.  

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