Thoughts & Experiences

  • Seasons Grievings

    What season are we even in? Emotionally, it is hard to keep track of everything we are feeling. The days seem darker and the time seems longer, we ...
  • Managing Anxiety for The Holidays During The Time of COVID

    The sooner you realize that pacifying the family conflict during the holidays is not your job- the better your experience for the holidays will b...
  • 3 Tips to Help You Deal with Isolation Around the Holidays

    We all know the holidays can be a difficult time, especially regarding the current circumstances of COVID-19.   During the last few months, I’ve b...
  • Reframing ADHD

    Often times attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, also known as ADHD, has a negative connotation to it. So, what is ADHD? ADHD is commonly kn...
  • Mental Health in the Latinx Community and Hispanic Heritage Month

    It is very common for Hispanic Families to talk about the “American Dream”, striving to get a higher education, the importance of hard work, the in...
  • Long Live The King

    As I mourn the life and legacy of a man who played roles that inspired many, I am reminded of the importance of loving people now before its too ...
  • Connecting with Ourselves While Re-Connecting with Our Ancestors

    Have you ever wondered who your ancestors were? Or where your lineage came from? What their beliefs, native language, and culture was like? Well,...
  • Free up Space, Free your mind

    For some of us, a casualty of this global pandemic has been more time in our homes. With that said, we may find that there is some extra time to ...
  • Creating Space for Virtual Distancing

    In a time where connection requires a wifi password, “virtual distancing” can be a key factor in helping all of us thrive through this pandemic. ...
  • How Was Your Pandemic?

    Recognizing how social distancing impacts everyone differently.     I’ve heard this question a lot the last few weeks as things ...
  • A Comprehensive Guide on Managing Trauma From and During Covid-19

    Trauma has developed into a commonly known concept, we may even find that at this very moment in time—we may have met at least one person that ha...
  • The US Factor

    We all know Lauryn Hill’s infamous song- The Ex Factor, right? It’s a classic and one of my favorites. She eloquently serenades us and begins by ...