Ever wondered why self-compassion doesn’t feel so great at first? Self-compassion backdraft is the discomfort that arises when we finally begin to turn to ourselves with compassion. Scroll to the end for tips on how to recognize and manage it!
If you have spent any time on the mental health side of Instagram, you have come across the term co-depdendency. In this post, we present more than one perspective on this often-discussed topic!
A good friend is someone you share a pizza with. Could it be that simple? Many of us feel like we have dropped the ball on our friendships in the last 1.5 years. Is this you? You may want to read this!
Re-building self-trust is VERY possible! It’s also very important: strong sense of self-trust is a foundation and safe place through which we can explore the world and tasks risks. Read to the end for tips on cultivating self-trust!
We get this question all the time: when is the ‘right’ time for therapy? Here’s our two cents: The right time for therapy is whenever you decide to go to therapy. Read till the end for 6 signs it may be time!
The purpose of conflict is to teach us something about ourselves/others and bring us closer to the people we are having the conflict with. Otherwise, what’s the point? Read on to learn more!
Have you ever been called an empath? Many empaths have a keen ability to tune into the feelings of those around them. Learn how empaths have empathy to another level in this post!
Fighting fair means keeping things civil, never aiming below the belt, and striving to resolve the situation (not make it worse). Sounds difficult? We share our best tips make it easier!
Protecting our relationships can look like keeping the innermost details about conflicts off limits! And yes, this includes from family and friends! Read on to learn more.