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Change Comes With The Season

From clothing, to activities, to spring, and fall house keeping, without often thinking about it, we often change with the season. We feel the change in the air around us, we start to get the urge to change within us. With fall 2020 upon us, and with all what has taken place this year, what…

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Laughter is Good Medicine

Laughter is very good medicine. I know I use it in my sessions. Can you find humor in the world around you? This is a great way to deal with stress; things are hard enough right now. Personally, I was watching Sanford & Son last week and I was cracking up. Laughed my butt off….

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Committing To Therapy

Considering therapy is a big step.  Connecting with your therapist and following through past your fear can be scary and difficult at times.  In this Short Talk with Scott, I discuss the importance of giving yourself 90 days to see if things turn around for you.  Check it out:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6ZpjtG1hpw To see more Videos and to…

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Checking in

While staying in contact with friends and loved ones is important, asking “how are you?” can seem habitual. It’s is a perfectly normal way to begin a conversation or meeting and understood as a polite way to express concern, to which “I’m fine” or “Good” are socially acceptable responses. But is “how are you?” really…

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Being Grateful

In difficult times, we can easily get overwhelmed by what’s going wrong, or everything that is missing in our lives. We can lose sight of all of the good that surrounds us. But that doesn’t mean the good isn’t there. The good is always there, we just need to start to see it again. The…

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Change is not always easy.

If real change was easy, everyone would be doing it. What’s something you really want to change? What is one obstacle in your way? How could you overcome this obstacle? Not sure, no worries, let’s talk. Give me a call or a text (414) 881-7401. Thanks, Scott

You Don’t Have To Do This Alone!!

Once again, about 1.5 months into this social distance lock-down, there is a ton going on in the world right now. Schools are closed, jobs are being cut, businesses are being lost, the future is uncertain. All of these things are enough to create anxiety, then add the everyday worries. Here’s your gentle reminder that…

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Not Giving Up!!

I know we are in some trying times and many are hurting financially, and otherwise, including myself. Here is a short story of not giving and giving up from a friend of mine Max Bollkman Zuleta of Art Below Zero Ice Sculptures. I hope it inspires you to keep moving forward, I know his words move me forward…..

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What Staying Home Means To Some!!

When I read this post this morning it gave me a real good perspective how some people see this “Stay-at-Home” order. For some, it’s let us out of here now. For others, it’s let be safe. For some, being at home or limiting where and when a person does leave the house. To understand more…

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Control What You Can Control.

Although most of us heard about the Coronavirus before it hit the United States and put a stop to what was our normal routine, none of us were prepared of how it would impact us. So today’s question is: what are you doing everyday to keep yourself sane? I’m not talking about hard things, I’m…

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