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"Remember that stress doesn't come from what's going on in your life. It comes from your thoughts about what's going on in your life." - Andrew J. Bernstein


It doesn't seem to matter what the "problem" is - your brain latches on to it and won't let go.

You find yourself mentally playing and replaying stuff that happened in the past, and you often spend significant time and energy rehearsing what you'll say or do when encountered with a challenging situation in the future. 

At times, you even have trouble falling asleep, or wake up in the middle of the night with a brain full of spaghetti. One thought connects to another, jumbling into a mess you have trouble even beginning to untangle.

You're probably here because you're starting to feel run down and wish you could find the "off button"

It's not just about the to-do lists and pressure from work or parenting. Sometimes you can't get your brain to quiet down in your relationships, either. You occasionally question people's motives and often think way too hard about how to respond to texts, emails, and social media posts.

It's a sign of your caring nature that you spend so much time feeling concerned about making the right decisions and coming across the right way. But when caring turns to over-caring, you're the one who gets lost in the shuffle. 

It's time for some boundaries around your thoughts, and some real strategies for dealing with the daily stressors you face.

We can help you with that! We'll dedicate our time to equipping you with the skills you need in order to quiet your mind and make difficult decisions - without regret.

Click below to schedule a free 20 minute consultation. We hope this is one decision that takes a weight off your shoulders!

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