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An open letter to my therapist

Blythe Landry Guidance

This week’s blog is dedicated to one of my greatest mentors and teachers in this journey of life. It is also dedicated to anyone who has ever had any therapist or mentor that has come in at the right time and completely transformed their lives. And, finally; it is dedicated to anyone who needs to know that even their therapist, …

Video: Your relationship with money…is still a relationship!

Blythe Landry Guidance

1. The way you relate to money is often how you relate to others 2. Your feelings about money can reveal your overall emotional well-being 3. How you grew up can impact your relationship with finances If you are looking for a professional, confidential, empowering and safe space in which to process your own relationship with money, I would be …

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Three things to watch if you want to have more faith in humanity

Blythe Landry Guidance

The news is startling and stark these days. It hurts. Sometimes it hurts so much that it is hard to even find the words to express what that means. People in the United States are more and more politically polarized and the fear of connecting with others – lest they may have a view that hurts – is seemingly at …

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Three Ways to Discover Your Built In Superpowers

Blythe Landry Guidance

We all have talents. All of us. Some of us are walking around with skills and gifts so abundant that literally everywhere we turn, we are doing something productive and magnificent. Others of us have to dig a little deeper to find out what it is we are meant to do and be. And both ways of being are absolutely …

Three Reasons Your Therapist Should Have Their Own Therapist

Blythe Landry Guidance

Being a therapist is an amazing vocation. I tell my clients all the time that I do not consider what I do a job, but more a calling. And while I am honored and truly humbled to be able to live a life doing something with much of my time that inspires and invigorates me (and truly comes naturally to …

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Three Ways to Support Your Friend (or Loved One) Who is Grieving

Blythe Landry Guidance

I know I may sound like a broken record, but loss happens. It is an inevitable part of existing. Disappointment, grief, hurt, angst…all of it. It is also an inevitable reality that sometimes people get a more crummy deal than others. That is just a fact. There is no disputing it. Sometimes people lose everyone they know in a year. …

Video: Dealing with the Loss of Loved Ones

Blythe Landry Guidance

Three Tips for Creating Community Out of Crisis 1. Clear Away 2. Care For 3. Connect If you are looking for a professional, confidential, empowering and safe space in which to process your own grief story, I would be honored to help. For a complimentary, 30-minute phone consultation, contact me and refer to this blog.

Three Steps for Learning to Be the Goalie of Your Own Life

Blythe Landry Guidance

I hate sports. I honestly don’t even understand most of the rules for any sport. But one thing I know for sure is that a goalie has ONE JOB! To block any ball from passing them by! In that sport (you know the one where goalies are); blocking that ball means protecting your teammates from losing traction in the game …

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Three Ways to Restart Your Life Every Day (or Every Minute) of the Year

Blythe Landry Guidance

Years ending, years beginning, what does it all mean? You know what it means? It means whatever we make it mean. There is so much pressure around holidays and New Year’s Resolutions that one can walk around feeling like the biggest failure on the planet if they didn’t meet all of their 2017 goals or don’t have plans to lose …