Mindfulness is the opposite of mindlessness and building mindfulness takes practice.
Understanding the unique ways in which women experience this ever-changing world is a valuable aspect in therapy.
This world might not have been built with you in mind but you are here and your experience is real. Finding ways to navigate can be overwhelming; you don’t have to do it alone. Working with a counselor can be one of the tools in your resource belt.
Things are different now, and we want to do it better than it was done before. Maybe that is breaking our own cycle of pain or breaking the cycle of intergenerational pain. Therapy is a safe space to navigate the process.
If you have experienced hostility where others have experienced acceptance, you are not alone. Working with a therapist can help redefine your prospective, shift toxic internalizations, and heal deep wounds.