The Library of Libraries is a book-filled paradise. Its walls carry the testimonies of all humans, those who’ve lived and those who will live…
Maybe you’re struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse, stress, or some existential question, and you’re thinking about seeing someone about it. Or maybe a friend or colleague recommended psychotherapy to you. But what is psychotherapy? Sure, you’ve watched the movies and seen that same old image: the wise guru sitting calmly taking notes as the neurotic […]
It’s important to remember that people with Alzheimer’s don’t usually suffer because of their memory loss they’re unaware they’re sick and are often content to just sit still doing nothing.
The music is a delight at the ear, and sunlight plays lacework shadows across the floor. This is a safe place — but the emotion remains all-encompassing.
We wish it were as easy as: “QUIT, yay, it’s over.” It ain’t. Quitting is more than just quitting. It’s about lifestyle change. This 2-page worksheet is a start at just that purpose…
Here are some sample coloring sheets from the Weird and Wacky Workbook for Recovery, available in 2020 (hopefully!) Return to the Weird and Wacky Workbook for Recovery page.
Here’s a sample puzzle from the Weird and Wacky Workbook for Recovery, available in 2020 (hopefully!) Return to the Weird and Wacky Workbook for Recovery page
Here’s the formal definition: Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a psychiatric disorder associated with debilitating inattention and hyperactivity/impulsivity. In simpler terms: having ADHD means you can’t concentrate, can’t sit still, and maybe don’t think things through before acting. Problems concentration and sitting still don’t necessarily mean you have ADHD. These symptoms can exist […]