It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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Nancy Colier LCSW, Rev.
Do you want to believe what your thoughts are telling you? You don't have to.
When emotional chaos is our norm, we walk through crazy situations as if nothing crazy is happening, no matter how bad it feels.
We can't feel loved if we don't feel known.
The key to happiness is to stop waiting for someone else to give it to us.
With 29,200 days to live, what do you want to do with today?
If you want to be happy in your relationship, stop trying to control your partner.
How to respond to someone who creates their own pain.
Want to win in your career? Research shows that self-care is a recipe for success.
We can't stop thinking about the worst things in our lives. Why?
There's nothing wrong with wanting it all; there is something wrong with believing you should have it all.
To survive passive aggression, we need an active practice of self-compassion!
Are you always trying to figure out your life? How's that working? If happiness is what you want, there's a better way.
How to practice acceptance when we positively don't want to practice acceptance.
Feel like you're always busy creating your future? Turns out there's a better plan.
Knowing is always better than not knowing. But what if it isn't?
Why stopping is so much harder than going.
Why self-awareness is the key ingredient in good parenting.
When "No" becomes the clear and guilt-free choice.
"Just let it go" is our favorite advice. But what does it mean and how do you do it?
Do your thoughts scare you? How to stop your mind from torturing you.
Thanksgiving and Black Friday, coincidental bedfellows...or not?
Trying to find peace with your mind is like trying to open a lock with a banana.
Why are we so afraid of not being liked by our kids?
Do you feel guilty for having needs? How about needing something inconvenient?
Are you tired of chasing the next "amazing" experience? How experience became the new drug of choice.
Once we've said something, we can never take it back. Learning to use our words mindfully can go a long way.
Are you waiting for someone else to change so you can be okay? Spoiler alert: You don't have to wait.
We’re a society obsessed with mindfulness. So what is this thing we’re all talking about and presumably trying to create? And how do we do it—be mindful?
Do you feel unappreciated as a mom? You're not alone.
Do you long for a deeper connection with your partner?
Nancy Colier, LCSW, Rev. is a psychotherapist, interfaith minister and the author of the book The Power of Off: The Mindful Way to Stay Sane in a Virtual World.
Give up the desperate search for a happiness that can only exist somewhere else and discover the deepest well-beng that can only exist here.