Emotional cutoff is not necessarily a conscious decision. It’s more like a switch that flips in your head.
Author Archives: Michael McVey
9 Tips for Better Sleep
If you’re tossing and turning, check out these tips for getting a good night’s sleep.
What is Nondual Counseling?
Non-dual counseling is for those who are seeking deeper meaning in life or who are interested in exploring spiritual questions.
When Thinking Becomes Catastrophic
Catastrophic thinking is when a person routinely expects the worst to happen. Even when there is little evidence that catastrophe is imminent, catastrophic thinkers find a way to imagine it. This is a great skill to have if you build bridges or skyscrapers for a living, or want to prepare for zombie apocalypse. But for many, it’s a type of negative thinking that can cause unwelcome anxiety and stress.
The Art of Doing It Anyway
Feeling gloomy? Doing something you might not want to do can be a simple but powerful way to start feeling better and getting back to enjoying the things you love.
‘Breathing in Shapes’ to Reduce Anxiety
How we breathe is something most of us rarely think about, but it plays a crucial role in regulating our mind and body. Breathing in “shapes” helps shift our focus away from anxious thoughts and towards a sense of calm and stability.
Our family defines us. Shapes and molds us. For better or worse, our family has by far the biggest influence on who we become.
If you want real, lasting change
I truly believe the answers are inside you. I can’t wait to help you find them.
Thinking About Couples Counseling?
If you are reading this, you might be wondering if you need couples counseling. I’m not here to say you do or don’t. Only you can decide that. But having experienced couples counseling myself, I would say that EVERYONE can benefit from it, even if they don’t necessarily NEED it.
Gottman Method Couples Therapy
Couples need a solid foundation of love and friendship, and walls made of trust and commitment. On this foundation and between these walls, the whole relationship is built. Establishing or restoring these is where counseling begins.