There are two things that I want to say to you. One - Never apologize for feeling the way you do. NEVER APOLOGIZE FOR FEELING THE WAY YOU DO. Contrary to popular belief, you have a right to exist in this world. In this exact human form. You have a right to feel all...
I am sure that somewhere out there are people who look forward to the holiday season. People who have easy and fun relationships with their family and/or their partner’s family. Who have good memories of this time of year, and feel no stress or anxiety about...
“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation and that is an act of political warfare.”
Just before Thanksgiving of last year, my one year old son Logan was diagnosed with brain cancer.
A few weeks ago, my toddler was having a rough day. He started going to preschool a few days a week, which is actually going well but the transition of dropping him off is still hard.
Confession: I am a perfectionist. As a scholar, mother, wife and counselor I strive to be my best. Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), life often does not allow for perfection. Things happen that are beyond my control. If you are anything like me, the feeling of...
Tajah Sahar Schall MA, LPC, R-DMT
I provide sensitive, culturally relevant counseling to individuals, couples and families of all sociocultural backgrounds, and I support adolescents and their families through the unique and often difficult time of transition by incorporating movement, nature and rites of passage into the therapeutic process.
3401 Quebec St. Suite 4500
Denver, CO 80207
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