Compassion for Yourself and Others During a Tumultuous Time.

As the world has been inundated with news of the coronavirus,  I want to share this great post by fellow therapist and gifted writer, Brianne Rehac, LMHC. Take good care of yourself and your loved ones this weekend! Warmly- Karen "This week, I have spoken to many people about their heightened emotions since the outbreak … Continue reading Compassion for Yourself and Others During a Tumultuous Time.

7 Secrets to Making your New Year’s Resolution Stick: Part 4 of a 4-Part Holiday Series

We want change to happen quickly. However, it takes time to accomplish our New Year’s goals. The following are 7 tips to help you stick with your resolutions and succeed! Tip #1: Stick to One Goal When deciding on a New Years' resolution, stick to the one thing. Do not overwhelm yourself. When you feel … Continue reading 7 Secrets to Making your New Year’s Resolution Stick: Part 4 of a 4-Part Holiday Series

10 Ways to Ward off Loneliness This Season: Part 3 of a 4-Part Series

According to a recent Wall Street Journal article by Elizabeth Bernstein, around 40 percent of people in the US say they are lonely. Thirty years ago that number was halved, around 20%. However, feeling lonesome is not just an unpleasant emotion you need to learn to live with. In fact, loneliness actually re-arranges your genes … Continue reading 10 Ways to Ward off Loneliness This Season: Part 3 of a 4-Part Series