We all face problems and difficulties in our lives. What often differentiates a person from being able to cope with the challenge or not is understanding what’s really going on. Why did we overreact to that comment from our boss? Why can’t we let that painful end of a relationship go 5 years later?

Sometimes gaining perspective and psychological insight means looking beyond the surface, and digging a little deeper. And we hope that our new blog, Sorting Out Your Life, will help you do just that.

This blog will be focused on helping people sort out their lives. Blog topics may include tips on making the most of psychotherapy, understanding why we do what we do (for example, staying in abusive relationships or dead-end jobs), dealing with difficult people in our lives, healing from past hurts, etc.

We’re pleased to also welcome Jenise Harmon, MSW, LISW as the host of this blog. She is a psychotherapist with a private practice in Columbus, Ohio. Originally from Seattle, she lives with her husband, young daughter, two dogs, three cats, and a Madagascar Hissing Cockroach named Sally. When not working, Jenise spends her free time writing, drinking coffee, and hanging out with her daughter and husband. You can learn more about Jenise here.

Please give Jenise a warm Psych Central welcome!

 


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    Last reviewed: 9 May 2012

APA Reference
Grohol, J. (2012). Welcome to Sorting Out Your Life. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 16, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/your-life/2012/05/welcome-to-sorting-out-your-life/

 

 

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