“Those who look outside dream, those who look inside awaken.” ~ Carl Jung Awaken.
Jean Burgess first introduced me to the twelve principles in 2007. I’ll forever remember the brisk, fall, day when I knocked on her front door. At the time, I was a scared young woman in my early thirties, afraid to admit my life was falling apart. Although on the surface, my life appeared perfect, it was not the storybook I showcased it to be.
“INSANITY: DOING THE SAME THING OVER AND OVER AND EXPECTING DIFFERENT RESULTS.” ~ ALBERT EINSTEIN
Sundays, IPA’s, Uncensored Thoughts, and my Journey Towards being a Cosmic Tripster – A blog by Jodie Lewis, The Crippled, Cussing, Christian, Counselor
My husband and I were making it our Sunday mission to see how many stamps we could get punched on our McMenamins passport. This is mainly due to fulfilling a relatively new goal of mine to be a McMenamins Cosmic Tripster.
If counselors are not aware of their own biases and beliefs, they can unknowing impose harm to clients. Ethnocentric monoculturalism is when a person believes that one group, specifically the white group is superior to other races and the lifestyle of this superior group
In my late 30’s I was at the top of my game (or so I thought), traveling throughout the country working with families and creating healthy change. Meanwhile, back on the home front, my blended family of seven was less than; what one might call, “healthy.”
Documentary Critique Surrounding Persons with Disabilities #1 – A Fighting Chance, The Documentary about Kyle Maynard
Christian. Confident. Adventurous. These are the three words Kyle Maynard used to describe himself in the documentary, A Fighting Chance. The film followed Kyle’s journey as he began training in his first mixed martial arts (MMA) fight.
Many issues are related to the occurrence of disability, but the two I will be discussing are family adaptation and quality of life. These two issues really can go hand in hand for the person with the disability (PWD) as well as their family.
Two significant mental health disorders that may occur in people with disabilities (PWD) are depression and anxiety. Depression and anxiety can take place for many reasons.
“Never quit, never give up” is how Travis Mills lives his life, demonstrated by his attitude throughout the narration of his autobiography, Tough as they Come.
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