- Rachel Dack is a Licensed Psychotherapist and a Nationally Certified Counselor who is passionate about helping others achieve positive wellbeing and partake in healthy, satisfying relationships with others. Rachel offers psychotherapy for individuals (children, adolescents and adults), couples and families in her Bethesda, Maryland office. Rachel also serves as a relationship coach for adults who are looking for love and would like support with dating, intimacy and relationship building. Services are offered in Rachel's office or over the phone.
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Hello there! I received the message below called “Different Ways of Navigating” from www.DailyOm.com and thought that it offered some insightful wisdom about life and the inevitable struggles, waves and difficulties we all face from time to time. It offers … Continue reading
Find time to smile. Make a list of things that make you smile. Include everything that comes to mind, such as a fresh cup of coffee, a delicious meal, a sunny day, a pet, a funny youtube video, an email from a friend, etc. Include reasons to smile during all aspects of your life, including time at home, at work, with friends, during a commute, etc. Continue reading
Reflect on the above quote in your journal. What does it mean to you? How much do you agree with it? Write about the abundance that you have in your life and think about your methods of feeling full and grateful. How content are you with what you have? Do you tend to take what you have for granted? How can you consciously recognize the abundance that you have and tune into the abundance that is already a part of your life? Continue reading
Life is complicated…It is healthy to view life as is.
It is unhealthy to view life as all good or all bad. Life experiences may be fun, exciting, annoying, frustrating, difficult, enjoyable and anxiety-provoking all at once. It is part of the human experience to feel- we may feel good (positive) or bad (negative) and we are supposed to feel a bunch of emotions in between. It is important to allow ourselves to feel and make sense of our experiences, interactions and relationships without reacting to all emotions. Continue reading
IF I HAD MY LIFE TO LIVE OVER By Nadine Stair (age 85) I’d dare to make more mistakes next time. I’d relax. I would limber up. I would be sillier than I have been this trip. I would take … Continue reading
In your journal, reflect on the quote above. How does the quote relate to your present life? How does your experience of fear affect your life and your perspective on change? What does your fear look like? What is fear holding you back from? What does change look like to you and which emotions does it bring up? What does the quote offer you in terms of inspiration? Continue reading