Organizational culture—specifically the Competing Values Framework—informs how I process what I’m learning about myself in therapy.
Data, data, data.
My story matters because it means there is hope.
A first draft isn’t supposed to be pretty.
It’s been a difficult year so far, but I have persevered and gotten stronger.
I have a microphone, but what do I have to say?
Who I was then is not who I am now. That’s good and challenging at the same time.
Exploring my own stories that define my beliefs about myself and my values yields insights, some of which are challenging.
The ability to pay attention is what allows human beings to experience life and the world around us. Depression can take that away.