Dealing with a Loss of Control

One of the most prevalent fears people have is that of losing control. When you heard the words (“You have cancer.” “Your x-ray shows a blockage.”) that outlined your diagnosis, this fear most likely became real. Something terrible has happened. It does not matter if you prepared ahead of time, took care of yourself, or... Continue Reading →

Understand Your Diagnosis

For weeks, possibly months, you lived in a state of uncertainty. Something hurt, something was not right, so you went into your physician’s office, assuming you would explain what was going on and be handed a solution. That is probably not what happened. If you were lucky, the clinician ordered a few tests, and you... Continue Reading →

Thought Management Techniques

More thought management techniques in this weeks end of the week reflection, join Todd Schmenk, as he walks through dealing with disturbing dreams and the thoughts often associated with them. Practical easy to follow pen and paper exercise that you can use right now also covered as a bonus. Learn how to use this and... Continue Reading →

The Danger of Focusing On One Value

When personal values conflict, when life becomes difficult for no apparent reason, it is usually because our focus is only on one value, a personal value has shifted, or the personal value is to vague, not concise. I have often found that this can be addressed by taking some time to reflect on what is... Continue Reading →

A Good Covid-19 Resource

I have found this book to highly useful, both personally and professionally and thought I had an obligation to ensure that as many people should be aware of it as possible. It covers a whole host of topics from what the mind does when facing something that comes at us from out of the blue,... Continue Reading →

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