We have seen the headlines. We have somehow lived through it. We can all agree that 2020 has been a wild ride.
Politics has certainly been a big part of this year’s stress. We have become increasingly aware of the different ways to think about our country’s operations and future. Now, we feel mixtures of excitement and worry as the new year draws closer. We know that 2021 will no doubt bring more change and opinions.
Here are a few things to think about and do as you embark on the post-election healing journey and the holidays.
Adrienne is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with a master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the nationally accredited program at Pfeiffer University. She takes patients at Relationship Restoration and has a passion for working with diverse cultures, backgrounds, and lifestyles. Adrienne prides herself in being direct and compassionate with clients. Adrienne has had extensive training in Mindfulness and meditation and welcomes anyone who wants to learn more about it. Adrienne is experienced in working with communication struggles, high conflict couples, mismatched libidos, pelvic and genital pain disorders, premature ejaculation, delayed or difficulty with orgasm, erectile dysfunction, trauma recovery, life transitions, affair recovery, eating disorders, parenting adolescence, family of origin exploration, religious and spiritual exploration, gender role exploration, cultural influence, sexual orientation questioning.
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