Author Archives: Dr. Kathleen Young

#TBT: Thanksgiving and Gratitude

As the winter holiday season approaches I want to share with you some holiday coping themed posts from years past. Holidays are often high stress times for trauma survivors, or anyone who has a complicated relationship with family of origin! … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday: Healing

I wanted to share one of my favorite quotes on healing with you today for Mindful Monday. You can turn it into a mindfulness practice by following these steps.   How does this fit with you own healing process? Feel … Continue reading

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#TBT: Mindful Holidays

Continuing my series on holiday coping strategies, I am sharing this on mindfulness-based approaches. Mindful Holidays Originally posted on November 25, 2010 I was so taken with one of the holiday coping strategy links I posted in Giving Thanks at Thanksgiving that … Continue reading

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Mindful Monday: No Explanations Needed

Welcome to Mindful Monday. Feel free to contemplate this quote with the 5-step mindfulness practice.  

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#TBT: Don’t Abandon Yourself

As the winter holiday season approaches I want to share with you some holiday coping themed posts from years past. Holidays are often high stress times for trauma survivors, or anyone who has a complicated relationship with family of origin! … Continue reading

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