Blog Posts for Life Transition

Using Love to Combat Fear

Posted:   May 01, 2014 by Jennie Hagen, LPC, LMHC

As a practitioner of yoga, I’ve learned many pieces of yogi philosophy that speak to me both as a counselor and a human. One of the first things I learned that still sticks with me years later is this: The opposite of fear is love.

How a Break-up can be the Best Thing That Ever Happened to You

Posted:   April 28, 2014 by Amelia Morgan-Rothschild, MA, LPC

I would like to suggest that there is something really good about going through a break-up.

Life Adjustments: Opportunity and Dilemma

Posted:   March 04, 2014 by Walt Emery, LPC

Everyone has the capacity within themselves to adjust to adverse life experiences. Our mind, our heart, our body, and our soul naturally gravitate toward a homeostasis to balance our experience of ourselves, our relationships and our environment. Even though balance is the natural tendency of our being, we can facilitate the process by using our will to move toward our natural inclination.

6 Things You Should Consider Before Cheating on Your Partner to Save Your Relationship.

Posted:   February 02, 2014 by Jeff Guenther, LPC

So you’re thinking about cheating on your partner? Maybe the honeymoon is over. Maybe you don’t have as much sex. Maybe you’ve been married for a while and it’s not as hot as you thought it would be. Maybe you met someone who is totally the opposite of your current partner and now you are questioning everything because you’re attracted to them. Maybe you’re just bored. There are tons of reasons for wanting to cheat and none of them are that original. I’ve heard them all.