Photographic Memory and Trauma: 4 Ways to Support a Traumatized Friend, Client or Patient

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Loneliness and Covid-19: helping the lonely at high risk during Coronavirus

Hi Lovely, We’ve all been feeling lonely during this pandemic. Please know that you are not alone in your loneliness. For some of us, especially if we live alone, we can feel the effects of loneliness even more. For others, we can even feel lonely in our relationships in our own homes! We are all at risk for loneliness, now Continue Reading

Silence and stonewalling in communication and relationships: Give ’em silence…or Not

Silence. It’s still a form of communication – whether we like it or not! Silence, if prolonged beyond the “norm”, sends a loud and clear message. Clearly, there are times when we receive silence and it’s not an issue at all. We can rest with the notion and faith that the person is “just busy.” When a few days of Continue Reading

Covid-19 and Wired for Connection: 3 Simple Actions to Help With Depression, Anxiety and Loneliness

All five of us in my family have been inside of the house for over four weeks now. One of us had a virus resulting in severe pneumonia for three weeks during that time (whether or not it was the c-virus is a mystery). As an introvert, I’ve always dreamed of the day when I could stay inside for weeks Continue Reading