Reframe

re·frame (verb) /rēˈfrām/   To see something in a new way, in a new context, with a new frame around it REFRAME In psychology cognitive reframing is a process in which you identify thoughts, situations, events or emotions and challenge the way you view them- in order to create space to change how you view…

Attachment Theory

Attachment Theory Attachment theory is all about the relationships we have and how we feel in them. According to attachment theory, early childhood experiences shape how we feel in relationships and impact us our whole life . How our needs were or were not met is what ultimately forms our attachment style later on in…

Holding Anger

Anger and rage Holding anger might seem like a preposterous idea…but does it help us to try to avoid anger and rage? “Anger and rage get a bad rap and reasonably so, because when people act on those emotions- and they’re very, very difficult to have but not act on without repressing them, which is…

How do we Notice Hate?

How do we notice hate? How do we notice hate? When do we notice hate the most?  What does hate look like?  What do I consider hateful? What does society consider hateful. Clearly- I’ve been thinking about hate a lot lately. Name Please enter your name. Email Address Please enter a valid email address. Subscribe!…

Passion is…

Passion is Personal   Passion is personal. We are passionate about the things that hit us as individuals. Things that are personal to us in some way. Maybe its passion about another person. A group of people. A piece of music. A piece of art. A sport. A sports team. A franchise of movies. A…