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Selfcare Tip by Dr. Munn, PsyD, LCSW, PPSC, online and on-site therapist for women located in the peninsula.
Professional women have to be intentional about attending to our selfcare. One way is by being present with our internal and external experiences. Here, I can feel the pace of my heart slowing down, the sun beaming against my face, the breeze gliding against my cheeks, the sound of voices and laughter from locals and tourists surrounding me, and the sight of what looks … Read More Selfcare Tip by Dr. Munn, PsyD, LCSW, PPSC, online and on-site therapist for women located in the peninsula.
I’ve been asked a number of times, how do you deal with suffering? My response is, “laughter.” I think laughter is the antidote to pain and suffering. Therefore, it’s important to balance the stress of living with laughter and lightheartedness. After-all, life seems too short to dwell and live in past sufferings, particularly when we have a choice. I know it’s easier said than … Read More Laughter as self care by Dr. Munn, PsyD, LCSW, PPSC
Professional women often have a very difficult time expressing their thoughts and emotions to others because that would mean being vulnerable and being perceived as weak. Saying what’s on your mind isn’t weakness, in fact, it exudes courage and strength. Your thoughts and feelings are incredibly valuable and worthy of being heard. When we let go of our self-criticism and the unobtainable standards we … Read More Say what’s on your mind by Dr. Munn, PsyD, LCSW, PPSC