Intimacy with ourselves and others is lost when we focus solely on the social aspects and feedback about our online personas. Our real lives are in the private moments at the end of the day when no one is looking, and there’s nothing to prove, gain or get.
Accepting impermanence allows us to become more present with our lives.
Self-awareness and psychological growth happens in process of turning inward and engaging with yourself more seriously.
The goal of psychotherapy isn’t to feel better but to get better at feeling.
What we avoid impacts our progress.
Navigating ambivalence requires curiosity.
The inner stuck emotions and our ability to understand, feel and accept them, sets us on a path of freedom and peace.
Learning to dance in the process of life’s unfolding.
When we accept ourselves and things as they are, then they change.
An honest and kind approach to creating change within ourselves.
What might happen if we all were a little more self-aware?
When substance use addiction enters your life, mind your preconceived notions, and stay open to all that you don’t fully understand. It will matter more than you know.
We can’t change anything if we stay far away from it. We need to get up close.
Learning to create space between your beliefs, emotions and actions.
Mis-perceptions of addiction, and an overemphasis of drugs, combined with the undervaluing of relationships, majorly impact the outcomes in treating addiction.