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One Thing You Need to Know about Addiction

Alcoholism and addiction are probably the most misunderstood problems facing Americans today.  I, along with other experts in the field, was recently featured in an article, 6 Things You Should Know about Addiction.  One of the biggest challenges about addiction that...
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Top 4 Things We Can Learn from a 50’s Marriage

Ahhh the 50’s- a time where the country was happy, children could play outside, and marriages rarely ended in divorce.  The 50’s seldom saw two income households- it was a man’s job to bring home the bacon and the woman’s job to cook it, as well as manage the rest of...
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Neurofeedback Series: Part 2 Neurofeedback Training

In this multipart series, we're taking a closer look at Neurofeedback- what it is, how it helps, and what it can treat.  In Part 1 of this neurofeedback series, we examined the Qeeg brain map and how it informs treatment.  In this article, we'll examine neurofeedback...
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3 Quick Tips to Improve Your Relationship

I'm always surprised when people tell me that relationships should be easy if you are just lucky enough to find the "right" person.  This could be the biggest relationship myth out there! Maybe this is a news flash to some but, relationships require work!  They...
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What Makes Live PD So Appealing?

I have a confession to make…I love the A&E show Live PD.  If you haven’t watched it, it runs on A&E on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7p – 10p MST. The show focuses on live police calls in various parts of the country with a film...
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10 Questions to Ask Your Partner That Will Reveal If They’re Committed

I was featured in another article on Romper this week about questions to ask your partner to determine if they're committed to your relationship.  You can check the article out here:  10 Questions to Ask Your Partner That'll Reveal If They're Committed to Your...
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Neurofeedback Series: Part 1 What is Neurofeedback?

I wanted to take some time to give readers a better look at neurofeedback and qEEG brain maps.  In this multi-part series, we'll look at what neurofeedback is, what issues it can treat, and break down some of the research that supports the use of this incredible...
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5 Tips for Reducing Anxiety

Believe if or not, anxiety is actually a useful emotion at times.  Through the process of evolution, we've developed anxiety to kick in our "fight of flight" process to help us in dangerous situations.  For instance, if you're camping (not glamping!) in the woods and...
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3 Tips to End Relationship Envy

We've never been more connected to others than we are these days, thanks to social media.  We can easily keep in contact with people all over the world with just a couple of clicks of the keyboard.  While social media is a blessing in many ways, it can also cause...
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Self-Doubt- 6 Tips for Overcoming It

Self doubt cripples all of us from time to time and some of us most of the time.  Self doubt can lead to self esteem issues and anxiety if you don't reign it in.  I was featured in an article at Thriveworks last week on this very topic.  Check out Taylor Bennett's...
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6 Secrets You Can Tell Your Friends but Not Your Partner

I recently did an email interview with Lauren Schumacker from Romper- take a peek at her article on "6 Secrets You Can Tell Your Friends but Not Your...
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Neurofeedback Series: Part 2 Neurofeedback Training

In this multipart series, we're taking a closer look at Neurofeedback- what it is, how it helps, and what it can treat.  In Part 1 of this neurofeedback series, we examined the Qeeg brain map and how it informs treatment.  In this article, we'll examine neurofeedback...
Read More

10 Questions to Ask Your Partner That Will Reveal If They’re Committed

I was featured in another article on Romper this week about questions to ask your partner to determine if they're committed to your relationship.  You can check the article out here:  10 Questions to Ask Your Partner That'll Reveal If They're Committed to Your...
Read More

Top 4 Things We Can Learn from a 50’s Marriage

Ahhh the 50’s- a time where the country was happy, children could play outside, and marriages rarely ended in divorce.  The 50’s seldom saw two income households- it was a man’s job to bring home the bacon and the woman’s job to cook it, as well as manage the rest of...
Read More

Self-Doubt- 6 Tips for Overcoming It

Self doubt cripples all of us from time to time and some of us most of the time.  Self doubt can lead to self esteem issues and anxiety if you don't reign it in.  I was featured in an article at Thriveworks last week on this very topic.  Check out Taylor Bennett's...
Read More

What Makes Live PD So Appealing?

I have a confession to make…I love the A&E show Live PD.  If you haven’t watched it, it runs on A&E on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7p – 10p MST. The show focuses on live police calls in various parts of the country with a film...
Read More

5 Tips for Reducing Anxiety

Believe if or not, anxiety is actually a useful emotion at times.  Through the process of evolution, we've developed anxiety to kick in our "fight of flight" process to help us in dangerous situations.  For instance, if you're camping (not glamping!) in the woods and...
Read More

3 Tips to End Relationship Envy

We've never been more connected to others than we are these days, thanks to social media.  We can easily keep in contact with people all over the world with just a couple of clicks of the keyboard.  While social media is a blessing in many ways, it can also cause...
Read More

Neurofeedback Series: Part 1 What is Neurofeedback?

I wanted to take some time to give readers a better look at neurofeedback and qEEG brain maps.  In this multi-part series, we'll look at what neurofeedback is, what issues it can treat, and break down some of the research that supports the use of this incredible...
Read More

3 Quick Tips to Improve Your Relationship

I'm always surprised when people tell me that relationships should be easy if you are just lucky enough to find the "right" person.  This could be the biggest relationship myth out there! Maybe this is a news flash to some but, relationships require work!  They...
Read More

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