Recently, the term Wintering came to my attention as I struggled with a lack of physical energy and sleeping a lot.
The concept of the Self is complex and multifaceted. There are numerous theories and philosophies that offer varying understandings on what the Self is and how you develop Self.
While the use of digital communication has reduced the need for handwriting, in some circumstances handwriting remains a cherished skill and form of individual expression for many.
Grief has its own timeline, and there is no one way when it comes to one’s experience and emotions after loss, nor is it possible to avoid suffering altogether.
Breathing is one of those things that we take for granted. We all need to breathe to survive, sure, but what if we thought about breathing as something we need to heal?
As I have been travelling through the latest Gabor Maté book, The Myth of Normal: Trauma, Illness and healing in a Toxic Culture, I have definitely stumbled across some gold… Throughout the book, Gabor Maté encourages us to take a look at how we perceive the world, others and most importantly ourselves. Maté suggests that…
The art of Kintsugi teaches us that our brokenness makes us stronger and more beautiful than before the suffering and pain.
Psilocybin represents a reasonable medical choice and a more effective treatment for end-of-life anxiety, depression and distress.
Over 20 years ago, I started meeting with a therapist after a critical incident. The incident completely uprooted my sense of safety as I knew it!
Well, the long road has led me to this point in time and I am super excited. Find out what is next for Melanie Dignam Therapy in 2022.
We all have a story, a story that you look back on with Gratitude – Appreciation – Love. What are your Gratitude Stories?
Rest is something we automatically do every day, sometimes several times a day. But for many of us, rest isn’t part of our lives, at least not regularly, or at least not genuine rest.
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