Guest Blog by Jenny Wang, M.A., LPC
It was the middle of a difficult freshman year of college, and I found myself waiting in my lawyer’s office for the deposition to begin. I had been dreading this for weeks, so I called my most trusted confidant to pass the time. Finally, I was called in to [...]
I pride myself on being able to control myself fairly well with my kids, even so much as to say I have never “punished” them and I rarely use the word “discipline” because of its negative connotation of control. That is, until this weekend when I thought I might come absolutely, 100% unglued at the [...]
This week, tragedy happened in a neighboring town. A young boy was killed by two friends over a girl they were both dating, apparently.
The more I think about this, the more heartbroken I become. I am reminded how much heartache there is really in the world. Let’s think about this…. these little boys were attached [...]
Couples fill my counseling room in droves. They come seeking answers, help, and breath for their lifeless marriages. They are heartbroken, disconnected, misunderstood and feel completely and utterly broken.
Working with these couples is my favorite work, because I know a little education about human development can make a world of different. I, too, have felt [...]
It’s circa 1993, I’m 19 years old, in my first year of college at Texas Tech University and the absolute WORST song has just made its debut: “What is Love” by Haddaway.
It wasn’t horrible because the song was particularly BAD. In fact, the song was really good. It was catchy, sold millions of copies, and [...]