Summer was busy and there is a lot of heaviness in the air. There is a lot of pain being felt in our community and it is one of the hardest things to face.
I am so proud of the willingness that my clients have had to confront the tough and most painful parts of their life. This is no easy feat and it shows the strength that truly lives within each of them.
One of the best things someone can do for themselves is to acknowledge that there is pain that exists within them. Many people move through life never having acknowledged or been acknowledged in their pain. Some have spoken up and weren’t heard or were ignored, which has exacerbated the pain that is already felt.
It has been a while since my last blog, due to my unexpected early maternity leave. I am so happy to be able to connect again. After you read through, I would love to hear about your favorite coping skills that you have used in difficult situations that you have faced. Feel free to share in the comments below.
January 14, 2019. That's the date I shared many many times. To clients, family members, friends, doctors… anyone who asked when I was due with our first baby boy. This was the date that I was planning for and looking forward to. But on December 15th, it became apparent that date would not be the time that my boy would arrive. I woke up that morning to prepare for a birthing class that we were supposed to be in all day, and there was definitely something wrong.. I didn't feel him moving nor could I get him to move, and there was pure panic.
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I am a Licensed Therapist in Lone Tree, Colorado and my goal for this blog is to explore taboo subjects that no one is willing to talk about and I am eager to bring awareness to.