Fighting Shame and Fear

By Jessica Sorci, LMFT, PMH-C Shame and fear seem to be at the root of so many of our behaviors and choices. We’re programmed to hide from shame and react protectively out of fear. All the hiding and reactivity create immense suffering in our lives. Fear and shame fuel our inner chaos, incessant looping,Continue reading “Fighting Shame and Fear”

Searching For the Spark

It’s no secret that relationships are hard; that marriage is one of the most challenging things we ever go through in our lives. On average it takes about 6 years after serious problems develop for couples to seek therapy, which means by the time you’re sitting in front of me you have likely developed yearsContinue reading “Searching For the Spark”

Struggling With Procrastination?

You know the feeling, every time you open that project, think about investing in the back to school arguments, or decide to finally tell your spouse you need to talk, your mind zones out. You find yourself absentmindedly scrolling through social media, playing a little more animal crossing, or binging another Netflix show. You’re notContinue reading “Struggling With Procrastination?”

Handling Stress in a Pandemic

Let’s face it, today’s world is not what it was 6 months ago, a year ago or 10 years ago. I see so many people who are struggling to adjust, adapt; so many tags about thriving instead of surviving. But what if you just can’t seem to make that #thrive happen? So you let yourselfContinue reading “Handling Stress in a Pandemic”

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