June 2, 2018

Kindness: A Peek Inside The Power Of This Simple Action

Let’s start this journey with a little self-talk. Do you want to be happy? Yes, right? Do you want others to be happy? Probably yes too, right? Do others want you to be happy? … A little hesitation on that one, huh? Maybe even a no? Well it’s not true! Just like you want others to be happy, they want the […]
May 28, 2018

If You’re Going Through A Breakup, Read These Positive Affirmations Right Now

Heartbreaks are unbearable. If you’ve ever fallen in and out of love, then you understand the painfully relentless ache in your heart that comes with losing someone who meant the world to you. The pain may dull over time but it never really goes away until you truly move on. Living with a heartbreak almost feels like living with a […]
May 18, 2018

To The Girl Who Is Done Being Everyone Else’s Doormat

Whether you’re in a relationship, at work or at school, you’ve probably wondered how to stand up for yourself in an awkward situation. It seems like an impossible task to accomplish without seeming rude. However, this skill is not only necessary, but it shows just how much you respect yourself. So without further ado, here’s how to stand up for […]
May 11, 2018

How Unexpected Loss Revealed Ultimate Truths About Life, Love and Relationships

It was a typical Monday. I rushed to get ready, rushed to day care, rushed to the office. It was one of those Mondays wherein a busy weekend bled into a busy weekday and coffee was everything. I had a new client in front of me and we started the typical new therapist/new client dance: Why are you here? How […]
April 7, 2018

Homeless Teen With Football Dreams Gets A Boost From One Of NYC’s Finest

As Patrick Sanchez, 19, was sleeping on a cold New Jersey football field each night, he didn’t have much in his possession except a bag and a deeply-seeded belief that with enough hard work, he could play college football, if only given the chance. The teen was raised by disabled parents and often worked two jobs to help put food on the […]
April 7, 2018

Once Teen Immigrants, Sports Helped GinJan Bros. Founders Find Their Place In The U.S.

Sports can build bridges, function as a universal language, and yes, even help two teenage boys who, all by themselves, immigrated to the United States from West Africa, and embraced their new home even though they didn’t speak English. Today, you might find Mohammed and Rahim Diallo walking the streets of New York City in a business suit or with […]
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