7 Crucial Reasons to Take New Year Resolutions Seriously

Posted on January 5, 2018 by Michael G. Webb, LMFT

I’ll admit … as a change expert and licensed therapist, I’m biased! I believe any opportunity not taken to grow is a lost opportunity. The New Year is one of the best times to take the leap toward a better life and better relationships.

Let me share  7 Crucial Reasons to Take New Year Resolutions Seriously this and every year.

1.  Resolutions are Crucial for Self Care

People invest in what they value most!

WOMEN IN TRANSITION: “Now What & What Now?”

Posted on November 26, 2012 by Morag S. Webb, LMFT

Through my work with women in my individual counseling practice in Newport Beach, it has become clear to me that “midlife” isn’t a popular term anymore.  After all, “40” is the new “30” and “50” is the new “40” and so on, right?  Midlife tends to speak a little too directly to the process of aging (a little denial, please?) and calls up images of “midlife crisis” as an explanation for adults reliving their youth (sometimes with destructive consequences). 

ANXIETY AND STRESS

Posted on October 26, 2012 by Michael G. Webb, LMFT

Tips on Anxiety and Stress: “How to Keep Your Joy… In a Negative World”

Have you ever gone into a situation feeling quite happy and satisfied, only to come out with a baffling sense of negativity? Have you ever had a friend, family member or co-worker who leaves you feeling poorly about yourself, your competency, or the state of the world? Feelings and moods are contagious. Parents absorb the negative feelings and stresses of their children.

BETTER LIFE

Posted on October 26, 2012 by Michael G. Webb, LMFT

Tips to a Better Life: “How To Love Your Life!”

Do you love your life? What really makes you happy? Do you want a better life? When working with children in my practice I ask them what they wish for. A child of a dentist wished for a room full of candy. Another child wished for 100 puppies. Someone else wished for a million dollars. Kids understand that we increase our happiness when there is an ample supply of the things that bring us pleasure.