Tag: counseling

Dissonance

I remember attending my first Twelve Step recovery meeting ever. It was an open meeting, and I attended with a friend. I listened. I learned a lot and felt that even though what people were sharing didn’t totally apply to me, there was something… Continue Reading “Dissonance”

The gratitude word

*Today’s blog post is a guest post written by my lifelong friend and former neighbor Leslie Ferguson Thomas. I’m always thankful for Leslie’s contributions to my blog, but I’m more thankful for her ongoing friendship, her perspective on life, and her willingness to share… Continue Reading “The gratitude word”

Dear Sabrina

*Today’s letter is written by one of my former spunky students. Thank you for adding spark to my life, Jessica!* Dear Sabrina, I have had five therapists in my lifetime from 2nd grade on. None of these people could get through to me until… Continue Reading “Dear Sabrina”

Lost but not forgotten

Big thanks to one of my students, who is a vivacious and wonderful person, Jessica Nicol, for sharing her story in today’s post. You know the point in your life where you just don’t feel like being angry anymore? I’m there. I’ve found that… Continue Reading “Lost but not forgotten”

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