Movin’ on Up with Anita Arrunategui

My husband and I moved so many times. From Bedford Stuyvesant  to Canarsie then over to Cranford NJ. We moved from several apartments to a house; from small to really really big and then back to downsizing. It's been quite a ride. Sure, there is the excitement of dreams realized and visions fulfilled with each... Continue Reading →

  Are you accountable... or only responsible?  If you are responsible, then accountability will be needed to help you with your responsibility. There is a difference between accountability and responsibility. Responsibility relates to a set of duties or expectations that may be placed upon us by others or by ourselves. Responsibility places one in a... Continue Reading →

A Healthy Lifestyle

Along with a healthy diet, exercise, financial responsibility, and such, come the other disciplines: Like accountability, balance, healthy perspectives and expectations, a healthy spiritual life, etc. For many years these things were foreign to me.  I may tap into one or two aspects for a while, like a fad, and then revert back to poor... Continue Reading →

Trauma Bonding

Trauma Bonding, Codependency, and Narcissistic Abuse -With Sherry Gaba, LCSW After receiving support through psychotherapy or life coaching, people often find an explanation for behaviors they've been struggling with for their entire lives. For example, a codependent person may recognize that his or her relationships have similar patterns, but still feel that it's impossible to... Continue Reading →

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