Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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Discovering lasting contentment
Nancy Colier LCSW, Rev.
When "letting it go" and "burying the hatchet" fails, what works?
Trusting our truth...no matter where it takes us
Our relationships offer us the greatest opportunity to practice choosing love over fear.
How to heal from being chronically blamed.
You don't want your child on the device, but what to do when he's bored?
If you don't want to be a victim, you don't have to be...
Is there more to self-care than getting a massage?
Is the pressure to be happy in the holidays wearing you out?
What happens when we need an apology but are never going to get one?
Can a relationship recover from resentment?
When we shame ourselves... how to stop.
Tired of your inner narrator? How to press the mute button.
The simplest way to ease loneliness...that you can do alone.
Want to improve the quality of your family life? One decision that will change everything...
How to work positively with choices you wish you hadn't made.
Teens and texting... Is your child the next Michelle Carter?
Self-help convinces us that we can pin down happiness and keep it for ourselves. So why do all the strategies fail, and keep us buying more books?
Unfortunately, our bloated self-help industry will never solve the problem of life's life-ness
Our conception of what life is supposed to feel like is based on something that is not actually real.
It may feel good to be the person your child shares everything with, and yet...
Technology addiction is real. And yet, we can and must still be good parents.
Life is perfect and change is needed... both are true.
An important (and practical) skill to add to your relational toolbox.
The essence of well-being is the ability to love yourself in any kind of company.
With self confidence built on selfies, what kind of women will our daughters become?
Is it possible to be well even when our thoughts are not?
After two hours of relentless searching and surfing, I felt agitated, anxious, and paralyzed, entirely overwhelmed with possibilities but unable to move on anything.
Technology makes us believe that we can get whatever we want... instantly. But is this belief destroying our true happiness?
Try though we may, we ultimately cannot outrun ourselves...
Is there an app to help us tolerate our own company?
Nancy Colier, LCSW, Rev. is a psychotherapist, interfaith minister and the author of the book The Power of Off: The Mindful Way to Stay Sane in a Virtual World.
Give up the desperate search for a happiness that can only exist somewhere else and discover the deepest well-beng that can only exist here.