Cultivating Self-Compassion

April 3, 2019

Whereas compassion means being with others in their suffering, self-compassion is extending compassion to oneself in instances of perceived inadequacy, failure, or general suffering.

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Hidden Halloween Fears

October 30, 2018

As October comes to an end and the temperatures finally begin to drop in middle Tennessee, talk of Halloween is everywhere. Orange and black wrapped candy is all over the grocery stores and kids and adults alike are beginning to talk about their costumes. While all of this feels exciting, I also find a small […]

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Authentic Connection

September 5, 2018

One of the primary presenting issues for couple therapy is communication issues. Many believe if we simply improve the way we speak to one another – by using “I” statements [e.g. “I feel frustrated when…”] or being intentional to say a certain quantity of “I love yous” per day – our relationships would become more […]

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How to Leave an Abusive Relationship: Support and Resources for You or a Loved One in an Abusive Relationship

June 19, 2018

Once in an abusive relationship, it is hard to find a way out. Especially if a healthy relationship was never modeled for you growing up. Leaving an abusive relationship is scary and needs to be treated with care. Join Mariam, Aron and Lindsey, the creators of InRelationship podcast, as they discuss relationships and also tune […]

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4 Ways to Navigate Emotions of Father’s Day

June 14, 2018

For many of us, Father’s Day brings with it many emotions. Perhaps you look forward to the holiday with joy, gratitude, or fond memories. Or it may be that this Sunday feels more complicated to you—a reminder of what you’ve lost, or maybe never had. Whatever your emotional reaction to Father’s Day, let this truth […]

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