Embracing Clear FeedbackContinue reading →
Discover mental wellness with Rising Anchor Therapy's weekly newsletter. Featuring insights from 'Girls Who Code' founder Reshma Saujani, we explore the power of honest feedback and suggest innovative 'Walk and Talk' meetings. Join us for personal growth and tranquility.
Calm in Crisis: Lessons from a PilotContinue reading →
This week, learn from a 21-year-old student's successful plane landing without a nose wheel, and embrace the power of community by seeking help. Join us in our journey towards tranquility and growth.
Designing An Intentional LifeContinue reading →
Discover the Rising Anchor Therapy's newsletter, each edition includes an affirmation, an article, and an actionable tip. Explore the video by Dave Evans, co-creator of Stanford University's Life Design Lab, as he shares essential principles to discover your life's purpose. Embrace a designer mindset, reframe problems, and prototype forward. Remember, no one has it all figured out.
Choose Love Over FearContinue reading →
Experience the latest Anchor The Scaries Newsletter by Rising Anchor Therapy. Embrace love over fear with their featured affirmation. Explore Jim Carrey's inspiring commencement speech on fear, love, and purpose. Don't miss their actionable tip, "Doorways to the Universe," to recognize life's opportunities. Transform your Sundays with Rising Anchor Therapy. Visit their website and follow on social media for more.
Overcoming the Inner CriticContinue reading →
"Anchor The Scaries Newsletter," brought to you by Rising Anchor Therapy, offers weekly insights to help you navigate your workweek, focusing on mental wellness and personal growth. Each edition features an affirmation, an article, and a useful tip to transform your Sunday evening anxiety into a calm and rejuvenating period. This week's affirmation reminds us that life is a continual process, like a book being written.
Channel Your Inner DOGLContinue reading →
"Anchor The Scaries Newsletter, by Rising Anchor Therapy, serves as a weekly guide to promote mental wellness, offering affirmations, thought-provoking concepts, and actionable tips. This edition highlights the transformative power of planned breaks, inspired by the Day of Gracious Living at Kalamazoo College, encouraging readers to incorporate their own moments of 'gracious living' into their routine."
Enjoying Singlehood During HolidaysContinue reading →
Here’s the survival guide you've been looking for to stop feeling lonely through the holidays. The most important takeaway of this blog post would be: “Your relationship status doesn’t define who you are or how you experience peace of mind and joy”...
Strategies To Unplug for the HolidaysContinue reading →
For many of us, our work is tied to our identity and it can feel uncomfortable to take time off work and try to focus on other things. With Q4 winding down and the high pressures of “finishing out the year strong” it can be common to feel like we haven’t yet “earned” the right to relax. Maybe we even feel guilty about not being productive. If this sounds familiar, it might be especially important to take time to detach yourself to prevent burnout in the future.
Coping with Uncertain FuturesContinue reading →
The future can feel very uncertain, especially during times of anxiety. It can be difficult to know what to do or where to turn. Here are a few tips on how to find relief from Rising Anchor Therapy.
Why Therapy is Worthwhile for YouContinue reading →
There are many reasons why people choose to go to therapy. For some, it is a way to deal with past traumas or current stressors. For others, it is a way to learn more about themselves and how to cope with their emotions. Rising Anchor Therapy uncovers why you might need to see a professional.
Finding Your Therapist MatchContinue reading →
The Rising Anchor Therapy Blog answers common questions about therapy and mental health to help you live a better life. Working with a therapist that’s a good fit for you can make or break your experience going to therapy.
Personal Growth in TherapyContinue reading →
Progress in therapy can look and feel different for everyone. For some, it may be a slow and gradual process. For others, it may be more sudden. Read more to learn what the Rising Anchor Therapy Blog says about progress in therapy.
How do I make my partner/friend/parent go to therapy?Continue reading →
The Rising Anchor Therapy blog explores how it can be difficult to convince someone to go to therapy, especially if they are resistant to the idea.