Dr. Dianne Baer PhD, LPC, CMHC, DCC
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|Posted on April 3, 2014 at 12:31 AM|
It appears that it has been quite some time since I added a new post to my blog. I am going to try to improve on that! It has been a crazy few months: total knee revision on my left knee in December and two new grandchildren born to my daughters in February!
I've finally had a moment to take a breath and decided that I wanted to update my website and add a few photos tonight. It's funny how the very things I encourage my clients to do all of the time are often the things that I forget to follow through myself. I know that I need "down time" and "time to take care of myself" but it seems that my list keeps growing of things to do so I rarely take TIME OUT! But when I do it brings such sweet relief from the stress of life.
I'm often asked how I can do this job every day. It's really a thing I do because I love helping people. It is so rewarding to see positive results when counseling. I've learned how important it is to try to leave the issues and problems that we've worked on throughout the day at the office when I leave to go home. Most of the time it works. Occasionally I'll have one situation that is hard to shake off. Those are usually ones that hit a personal note for me or that I feel that change is unlikely for them.
I'm excited that spring is here. I love this time of the year. Even with the potential for storms, I love it! It's wonderful to have more sunlight at the end of the day and to be able to put the top down on my little Volkswagen to head home. That is actually very therapeutic for me! I guess because that's the one time that I can literally feel my worries leaving me. It's great.
It's a busy time in my life as it is for most of you. I encourage you to take time to enjoy it....remember it's all about the journey not the destination. I need to remember that too!
Categories: Daily thoughts