Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Great Movie to Inspire Happiness

I don't normally make postings about movies, but this one is a real gem. The characters and storyline were funny and creative, while holding such insight. I would highly recommend watching "Hector and the Search for Happiness." I watched it twice, in fact, and actually took notes the second time because I didn't want to forget some of the quotes from the movie. Here are my offerings to you from the movie:

*Making comparisons can spoil your happiness

*Many people only see happiness in their future or their past

*Sometimes happiness is not knowing the whole story

*More important than what we are searching for is what we are avoiding

*Avoiding unhappiness is not the road to happiness

*There's really only one question: Does this person bring you predominantly up or down?

*Happiness is answering your calling

*Happiness is being loved for who you are

*Fear is an impediment to happiness

*Happiness is feeling completely alive

*Happiness is knowing how to celebrate

*People who are afraid of death are afraid of life

*Listening is loving

*It's not so much about the pursuit of happiness, but the happiness of pursuit. Happiness is a byproduct when we're otherwise engaged in something enjoyable or inspiring.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Interview about "The Authentic Mother" with Empowering Motherhood Radio

I am grateful to have had the opportunity to be interviewed by Tara Darlington with Empowering Motherhood Radio about my book, "The Authentic Mother," and my process of using Art Therapy with clients.

What a fun, exciting way to share more about my book and my work. To listen to the interview please Click Here!