I work with patients who are in considerable pain. Deep and intense pain surfaces because of expected and unexpected challenging life circumstances. I connect with my empathy and deep compassion while I attune and support them through their process and healing.
Setting good boundaries can be simple. But our relationship with boundaries can make the process a bit more complex. After all, we have a history of relationships and interactions and experiences that have shaped our thinking about boundaries,
ADHD and anxiety are a dynamic duo, or maybe a disorderly duo. ADHD is often a have-one-condition-get-another-free type of situation, and in many cases anxiety is the second condition ADHDers get for free.
I’ve received many benefits from my meditation practice. Yet I’m skeptical about the vast positive claims the proponents of mindfulness meditation make. It truly can’t be this good for everyone who undertakes it.