Hitting the Big Reset Button

John Gottman, Ph.D.

We can have hope and we can believe, and most importantly, we can start over this holiday season.

Overcoming Gridlock This Holiday Season

Sanaa Hyder, M.S.Ed.

Gridlock. The word itself conjures up the image of sitting in your car for hours while traffic around you barely inches forward. The sound of incessant honking surrounds you as the frustration of being stuck when you have somewhere to be builds.

Preventing Roommate Syndrome

Kendra Han, MSW

Based on the webinar Preventing Roommate Syndrome: Balancing Love and Everyday Life presented by Genesis Games, LMHC on October 12, 2023.

Say No to Holding onto Resentment

Elaine Taylor-Klaus, MCC, CPCC

In her book, The Essential Guide to Raising Complex Kids with ADHD, anxiety, and more , Elaine Taylor-Klaus introduces concepts and tools from a coach-approach to parenting. The following excerpt from the first chapter, "This Kid is Really Smart, but..." identifies six key challenge areas that families tend to face when raising children with neurodivergence and/or chronic medical conditions. In the context of the chapter's key strategy to navigate challenges, "Shedding the Shoulds," she offers this conversation about letting go of resentment as a strategy for helping people to learn to operate from their own inner guide.

Running Headlong Into Heartbreak

Kerry Lusignan, LMHC

The Gottmans and Brené Brown give us a map—a macro perspective of the wilderness of our hearts, and the wildness of love.