Dare to Unplug.

Hurrying to work. Maintaining a relationship. Making deadlines. Keeping up with friends. Dealing with your boss. Finding time for family. Getting enough sleep. All of it just feels like too much.

Log into social media and see people at their best. Enjoying life. Surrounded by friends. In a “perfect” relationship. Looking happy and fulfilled ALL of the time. You start to think What’s wrong with ME?

It’s the 21st century, and life is nothing short of hectic. Physically, mentally, and emotionally. Our schedules are busier than ever, expectations to uphold are higher, and comparing ourselves to others leaves us feeling just not good enough.

We are plugged into our lives 100% of the time. We get the work done and we somehow manage to keep on keeping on. But inside, we’re overwhelmed.

Is it possible to still find time for ourselves? To find time to prioritize our own mental health? To take care of ourselves? Though it may sound impossible, the answer is yes.

Learning to unplug from the craziness of life helps us to better handle our everyday stresses. Whether we suffer from insecurity, anxiety, perfectionism, or depression – there is hope. Unplug from the to-do list, unplug from the screens, and just for a little while- unplug from judgement.

In therapy, together we will unplug from your busy everyday life, and focus on you. Enter a room with no judgement and no expectations, giving you the space you need to grow. Suffer in silence no longer. Take the leap and dare to unplug.

Book an initial appointment.

The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.

Carl Rogers

Life is not what it’s supposed to be. It’s what it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference.

Virginia Satir

Under the Supervision of Nancy Golden, LPC MO001889

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