Welcome to my blog! The goal of this blog is to help you sort through the many self-help and psychology books that are out there, while continuing to pursue the goal of bettering myself.

Summertime SADness

By Erin | Apr 4, 2016 | 0 Comments

The sun is out again and the seasons are changing…which brings about one of my yearly confessions: I completely dislike the sun.  This confession is not typically a popular one and it often receives scoffs, judgment and disbelief.  Other people really like the sun apparently.  But alas, I am not one of them…and I’ve discovered that […]

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The In-Between Generation

By Erin | Mar 28, 2016 | 0 Comments

Over the years, I’ve noticed that I have been seeing more and more people in their 20’s and 30’s who are dealing with identity crises, anxiety, and/or depression.  It’s gotten me thinking…sometimes I feel like people around my age (in their 30’s) are part of an “In-Between Generation.”  I may be using this term differently than […]

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The Procrastination Trap

By Erin | Mar 21, 2016 | 0 Comments

Lately I’ve found myself contemplating procrastination.  The reasons are twofold.  One – the topic seems to be at the forefront for a lot of my clients right now.  And two – I also seem to be in a bit of a procrastination trap right now.  You may have noticed that there has been a significant […]

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A Lesson in Awareness

By Erin | Feb 22, 2016 | 0 Comments

“Do you hold your breath?”  It was a seemingly simple question that my counsellor asked me during our first session together.  She asked it very casually in response to my description of the intense dizzy spells that I was prone to experiencing.  I remember feeling quite defensive and vehemently answering, “No!” without giving it much […]

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No Mistakes Were Made Here!

By Erin | Feb 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

This Week’s Book: Mistakes were Made (but not by me) (C. Tavris and E. Aronson) So I may have said this before, but I’m easily won over by a witty book title or a flashy cover.  Yes, I do in fact judge a book by its cover.  The book that I read this week was […]

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