We tend to go through “coping cycles” in times of adversity. There’s a time for holding things together. And a time for falling apart. Holding
Almost all of us have a history of hitting brick walls at some time in our lives. We find ourselves feeling confined, stuck, and trapped.
“As Free and Independent States … we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our Fortunes and our Sacred Honor.” — The Declaration of Independence
When faced with a severe tragedy, particularly the loss of a loved one, we must live by an honor code to survive. In my work
By Dr. Ken Druck and Lisette Omoss, CC Something’s wrong. You can feel it in your gut. Or your heart. Your relationship is off track. Broken.
What holds you back from letting go, lightening up, having more fun, being less self-conscious, doing more of what you really want, and being more
I don’t want to rain on anyone’s parade — but this year I’m changing things up a little — and making a bunch of New
By Ken Druck, Ph.D. and Lisette Omoss There’s a wise saying about how to get over an ex — and begin anew. The essence of
My family doctor told me I was “depressed” and probably should be “on medication.” I’m not depressed. I’m sad. My son died. Doesn’t he get
We all harbor a secret hope that the tough situations in our lives will magically get better. We yearn, hope, and pray for something to