We live in a society that shoulds all over us. This “should-ing” as I am starting to call it or “Should Statements” are actually one of a number of what psychologists call, Cognitive Distortions.
It is hard to watch when our Good Will snaps. When the Rocky storms of life collide come in like a flood agitating pain and fueling ego-informed decisions.
Do you have any idea of how much power your story holds? Your story may be just what someone needs to hear to get through a trying time, go to the next level, or allow themselves to dream again.
And maybe that person is you.
In episode 17 of MTM, Dr. Satira Streeter Corbitt (“Dr. Satira”). Dr. Satira talks about her journey to supporting the love, genius and wellbeing of families through her practice, Ascensions Psychological Services, Inc. She also shares parenting tips and advice for couples.
I think we can agree that we have all lived through something. Regardless of the emotional weight of the experience/experiences, Life is a very patient teacher and has a way of calling on all of us regardless of our roles in society. As a way to think through Life’s Lessons as they relate to our mental health and wellbeing, I would love for you to take some time to think through my 7 Questions. Click below to read more...
Whether we are talking about endings/beginnings related to a job/project, health or relationships; endings and beginnings require our attention. However with the constant distractions, we may not give the proper time to acknowledge, celebrate, or mourn situations that end, begin or that we expect to happen but do not.
7 Questions: Thriving As Beyoncé said in her beautiful song Bigger “life is your birthright they hid that in the fine print.” Not only is living your birthright, but so is the audacity to radically love, thrive and liberate while being liberated.
While we are fighting for substantive change in the world, we cannot forget what I am constantly reminding myself and people around me: Justice starts at home.
!New Post Alert: Welcome to International Day for the Elimination of Racism, or the UN’s #FightRacism Day. Thank you in advance for your commitment to eradicating the other pandemic that we are working to uproot. There have been so many opportunities to deepen our learning and commitment to fighting for our overall wellbeing in the form of liberation and justice within the last two weeks. I would love to share with you some of my reflections and questions...