Friday, 22 December 2017 by Joyce Marter
Joyce Marter was recently featured on Fox 32 News with Anita Padilla in a segment on ways to cope with holiday social anxiety! You can view the video here.
Joyce Marter Quoted in Thrive Global Article, “Learning How to Manage Your Psychology Changes How You Respond to Everything”
Friday, 06 September 2019 by Joyce Marter
Joyce Marter was quoted in this important article by Thomas Oppong about how our perspective of ourselves and our experience can impact everything, including our personal and professional success. Click here to reach more!
Saturday, 31 August 2019 by Joyce Marter
“Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.” ~Chief Seattle, 1854 As human beings, we sometimes look at nature as being something outside of ourselves, forgetting that we are also part of nature and
Joyce Marter Quoted in Bustle Article: How Do You Stop Negative Thoughts? I Gave My Inner Voice A Name & Learned A Lot About My Thinking Patterns
Wednesday, 21 August 2019 by Joyce Marter
Bustle journalist, Annakeara Stinson, recently interviewed Joyce Marter about self-esteem and negative thinking for another article. After Joyce recommended naming your Inner Saboteur, Annakeara gave it a try and said after one week, it helped her change her negative thinking. Check out her clever article in which she shares how she named her negative thinking,
Wednesday, 07 August 2019 by Joyce Marter
Meditation allows us to connect with the here-and-now and become rooted in the present moment, where peace resides. As the breath deepens and slows and we sit in stillness, we recalibrate our nervous system and facilitate an equanimous mind. This process has tremendous mental and physical health benefits including reducing anxiety and blood pressure and
Monday, 05 August 2019 by Joyce Marter
The grief of the loss of my parents is a sadness that episodically overcomes my heart. During the year after my mother passed, I experienced profound, complicated grief. I found it extremely difficult to work, to socialize, and even sometimes to complete acts of daily living. I recall during this time of intense grief, I