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Did you know Sobriety is not just for the drug addict or alcoholic? It’s for all of us. I want to reframe the term Sobriety. In my experience, it...
Q: “I was listening to a coaching about the 5 love languages and while I’ve read that book years ago, after reading your book I now see a lot of...
Let’s explore How to Overcome Food Addiction in this week’s Levelheaded Talk…
Together, we create the Emotional Sobriety community…are you ready? And how do you know if you are?
This week, a student asked about Bullies at Work: “I’m often ineffective in these types of situations and I deal with them a lot. Also they are very unlikely to stop happening, so I would love to learn some tactics to put in place.”
Q: How do we achieve more emotional stability under the influence of hormonal changes?
This week’s Levelheaded Talk is a powerful opportunity to explore FORGIVENESS – why it’s so hard, and the reality that you don’t have to do it!
This week’s Levelheaded Talk asks us all to answer the important question: Could the coronavirus offer us anything positive? What is happening in your life that would not have had a chance to happen without the coronavirus?
In this video, Dr. Andrea Vitz, our Emotional Sobriety Educator, gives us the foundational elements of what is Emotional Sobriety and why we all need it in our lives and relationships.
This week we have a write-in who asked: “How do I stay open during a conflict and not shut down to protect myself?” The answer comes quickly: vulnerability. Sounds easy, but it’s not! Here are 3 essential practices to support you.
In this week’s Q&A we answer a woman who wrote in: “Why do I feel so embarrassed about my boyfriend and the way he behaves in front of other people?”
Why do our romantic relationships so often bring up struggle? Together, let’s make it easier…and more enjoyable!
On Valentine’s Day there can be a lot of highs and lows emotionally-speaking. I want to address how your emotions based on insecurity and expectations can ruin your day. Not just Valentine’s Day but it’s a good time to talk about it.