"The grief that people have difficulty naming is the sense of loss that we have for all that we thought we were secure in -- like the loss of the illusion that we're in control of our lives." [Sonya Lott]
It is okay to feel that loss. Should it become overwhelming, be sure to reach out to a professional. Though we are having to find new ways to connect with our clients, we are able to give them space to feel and an outlet for expression. ... See MoreSee Less
This article cites many symptoms of depression and anxiety as signs that social isolation brought about by coronavirus and COVID-19 is "getting to you."
If you are feeling helpless, caged, or cut off, please know that there are resources out there to assist you. Thrive Therapy and many other mental healthcare providers are offering teletherapy/telehealth sessions to help individuals continue their current mental health regimens or begin new ones. ... See MoreSee Less
Long story short, there is no one size fits all solution when you are searching for a mental health provider, but understanding those letters behind their names may help you understand their speciality(ies). ... See MoreSee Less
On Stone House Revival, carpenter Jeff Devlin brings history back to Pennsylvania homes — and tells all-new stories through gorgeous custom work. Take a look at the treasures he turns over to his cl...
Organization is good. We like organization and good staging, but the cover image leaves us with so many questions! *Does one need that many bottles of ranch dressing on the go? *Should your condiments take 75-80% of your fridge space? *How many jars of pickles are too many? ... See MoreSee Less