“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.”
Free Meditations led by Dr. Ron Siegel
Anxiety & Current Events
-988 Mental Health Crisis Hotline
-Identity Theft / Stress / Recovery
-Helping to Keep Kids Occupied at Home
-Video on Managing Covid 19 Anxiety
-Parenting Tips on Covid 19 from CDC
-Managing Fear and Anxiety Around Coronavirus
-Five Steps to Managing Uncertainty
General Anxiety Information
-Anxiety and Depression Association of America
-Social Anxiety Quiz & Social Anxiety Interview
-Rejection Hangover: Abandonment Anxiety
Couples & Relationships
-Free Webinar on Red Flags Versus Green Flags by Mindful MFT
-Why You Might Have Intimacy Issues After Trauma
-How To Bring That "In Love" Feeling Back To Your Relationship
-The First Person You Have to Marry - Ted Talk
-How Long To Date Before Marriage - Experts Weigh In
Highly Sensitive Persons & Creatives
-Creativity is Healthy for You
Relationship With Money/Finance
-Improve Your Relationship With Money
-Discover your Money Psychology
-On Soul, Character and Calling Interview with James Hillman
-Understanding The Dark Night of the Soul
-An Ancient Guide to Uncertain Times
-9 Foods that Help Reduce Anxiety
-How Exerciser Can Reduce Anxiety & Depression
-What's your money psychology like?
"We are not what happened to us, we are what we wish to become." - C.G. Jung
"What we call the beginning is often the end. And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from." - T.S. Eliot
"'Once you get over the fear, then it's a cinch," she said. And then she leaped into a mountainous and unexplored region of her heart." - Monique Duval
"Anytime you’re gonna grow, you’re gonna lose something. You’re losing what you’re hanging onto to keep safe. You’re losing habits that you’re comfortable with, you’re losing familiarity." - James Hillman
"If life were predictable it would cease to be life, and be without flavor."
- Eleanor Roosevelt
Iron John by Robert Bly
A book for men on making contact with their inner "wildman".
King, Warrior, Magician, Lover by Moore & Gillette
Discovering and differentiating the healthy and unhealthy masculine archetypes
Women That Run with the Wolves by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
A book of stories to help women make contact with their inner "wildwoman".
A New Earth by Eckhart Tolle
Sequal to Power of Now. Deeply spiritual and present.
Creatures of a Day, Love’s Executioner, The Gift of Therapy by Dr. Irving Yalom
Great books about psychotherapy
The Undiscovered Self by Carl Jung
A series of essays about our lives and society from the great Carl Jung
What Makes Love Last by John Gottman
About the science of relationships.
Life's Missing Instruction Manual by Joe Vitale
Great insight on a variety of topics related to life
True Strength by Kevin Sorbo
Wonderful personal story of overcoming illness and learning to be himself without having to be "perfect"
The Persistance of Yellow by Monique Duval
Motivational collection of poems or "recipes for life"
Unafraid by Adam Hamilton
Approaching the topic of anxiety from a rational, inclusive and spiritual framework
Talking To Strangers by Malcom Gladwell
Examines some psychological reasons as to why we often have a hard time making sense of other people, and how we can learn to better understand ourselves and others
The Lord of the Rings & The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien
Amazingly deep and archetypal stories of overcoming addiction, fear, selfishness and greed. On a deeper level they are about the individuation of both the individual and the world.
David C. Eshleman, M.A. LMFT
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist