One Moment: Anxiety in Slow Motion

“And this will be/The one moment that matters.”  — OK Go, “The One Moment” One of the most disorienting aspects of anxious moments is the way our thoughts and physical sensations can race ahead of us.  In these instances, we typically can’t quite catch up to our minds and bodies long enough to make sense… Read More

Sailing Into the Wind: Pacing Change

As a young child, I once darted away from my parents and gleefully jumped into the deep end of a pool.  I had done this many times before with my water wings on to keep me afloat, but this time was different: I jumped in bare armed with no inflated support to buoy me.  Fortunately,… Read More

Show that Gremlin Some Sun!

When we expose our negative core beliefs to the light of day — become aware of them, identify them, and challenge them — they begin to lose their power. Read More