June 2018

Denial of Addiction and Resentment


I'm no stranger to resentment. I used to have so much resentment when my loved one would relapse and self-medicate with alcohol. When the demons of depression and anxiety took over, and he couldn't stop the impulse to drink, even when he didn't want to drink, I would get so angry. I would take it [...]

Denial of Addiction and Resentment2019-06-18T21:49:21+00:00

December 2017

what makes a great teacher


My best teachers have been those who live what they teach, especially when it comes to skills that help you improve yourself, help you be a better person, help you grow, help you release stuff that no longer serves, and to learn skills you can use every day. To set energetic boundaries, to help live [...]

what makes a great teacher2019-06-18T18:38:05+00:00

February 2017

Surviving, Healing and Recovery in Love


Recently, I listened to an interview with Alain de Botton on the On Being podcast, he spoke about the true hard work of love and relationships. The host, Krista Tippet, introduced him saying he speaks and writes about how love deepens and stumbles, survives and evolves over time, and how that process has much more to do [...]

Surviving, Healing and Recovery in Love2019-06-18T18:48:15+00:00

My Shitty First Draft- My First Blog about Addiction and Codependency


ANNE LAMOTT: “Perfectionism is the voice of the oppressor, the enemy of the people. It will keep you cramped and insane your whole life, and it is the main obstacle between you and a shitty first draft.” Here is my shitty first draft about why I am teaching the workshop, Set Boundaries with Compassion and [...]

My Shitty First Draft- My First Blog about Addiction and Codependency2019-06-17T23:52:00+00:00