Is Focussing on the Problem the Best Way to Help a Client Change?
Psychologists, social workers, etc. have been taught to dig into what is wrong with our clients, as if we’re taught to discourage them first, then help them out of the hole we helped dig! What would happen if instead we looked at their strengths?
What To Do With a Discouragement Day?
Discouragement is not something to be feared or ignored. Perhaps, allowing ourselves to explore it can be helpful.
How to Survive Winter…
Many in northern climates complain about the cold and dark winters, but is this helpful? How to combat the winter blues.
Do you stop and notice what you’re grateful for often? Enough? It could replace worrying and other troublesome emotions.