It’s critical for teen and young adult patients to grow in their capacity to advocate for themselves and work towards handling their healthcare independently.
I've learned that when I take the time to identify what I need and share it with my spouse, for example, our presence and connection are enhanced.
Emotions and feelings that you’ve never experienced before can overwhelm you. That’s okay. Let them run their course. Feel your feels. But on the other side, there is always going to be a way to get the help you need.
The fourth agreement is an invitation to keep going and keep growing. Each of the previous agreements requires significant awareness, effort, and unlearning of old patterns, and the fourth agreement, the commitment to doing our best, is the glue that helps us stick to these new beliefs.
The first agreement invites us to speak with love and kindness to and about ourselves and others; in other words, we are called to align our words with the ultimate truth-- love.
If you want to share your story and don’t know where to begin, all you have to do is start writing.
The phrase “taking up space” has been a big topic of conversation in my coaching practice. In sessions, I often ask clients to consider questions like: "What part of you do you want to be seen today?" or "Is there a part of you that needs to be heard today?" Sometimes, I ask, "How can you let yourself know that you belong anywhere you are?"
Live in the possibilities of your life! This is a step-by-step guide to intention-setting and vision boarding for parents and youth.
Life is full of ups and downs, and the truth is, it's always going to be this way. Along the journey, our emotions will fluctuate, some days we'll call "good" and others we'll call "bad," and we will experience a wide range of successes and challenges.Through it all, though, we need support-- all of us! Today, I'll give you some ideas and tools for naming your own, individualized support system.