It’s that time of year again – when the words of favorite holiday songs ring out in loud, excited tones from my kids in the backseat as we drive. Yikes! That’s right! Christmas is only a matter of days away!!… Read the rest →
Posts Tagged ‘gratitude’
By Grant Stenzel, MS Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
The holidays seem to be here before we realize it every year. We all want this season to be full of joy and peace, but instead many of us feel anxious and discontented.… Read the rest →
Turkey, mash potatoes and gravy, loved ones and Black Friday sales—what’s not to love about Thanksgiving? While good food and great sales is something to celebrate, let’s take a step back this November and remember what the holidays are really about.… Read the rest →
You get up when it’s dark and get home when it’s dark. You haven’t got that promotion yet. The neighbor’s car is a whole lot nicer than yours. It seems your house never stops falling apart. Maybe you’re still not married, and you’re hitting yourself over the head with all the milestones and goals you just can’t seem to accomplish.… Read the rest →
Gratitude is an important part of the therapeutic process. Grant Stenzel discusses the need for and common barriers to gratitude.