“I believe that in healthy humans there is an inner compass that guides right from wrong. It may get modified through various lenses of philosophy, religion, and culture, but I think seeking peace and integrity and not causing harm are pretty universal. Unfortunately, it is also possible to get estranged from that compass, so it […]
About Rose Skeeters, LPC, PN2
Rose Skeeters is the CVO of Thrive: Mind/Body, LLC, an innovative mindset coaching & online counseling practice aimed at empowering motivated individuals to master every area of their life. She specializes in family & relationship counseling--helping couples, parents, & families get and stay on the same page. Rose also provides consulting and clinical supervision to like-minded and driven clinicians. Are you interested in learning more tips to grow your online practice or to level up? Contact her today at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Entries by Rose Skeeters, LPC, PN2
You wake up ready to go. Yesterday was a wash—chaotic and intense. Today is a new day, though. You are prepared—up half the night making a schedule for everyone. The kids have their schoolwork and you and your spouse have their work from home tasks. Yes, today will be a great day! About 45 minutes […]
No one expected this to happen. A few weeks ago, my son was home with strep throat. COVID-19 was just beginning to make the headlines. I took him to the doctors, got him an antibiotic, and was prepared to send him back to school on Friday, March 13, 2020. But then the news came- schools […]
I’m sure you have heard people say that good relationships require a lot of hard work. But what does that actually mean? What kind of hard work needs to get done to improve your relationship? Isn’t it enough to commit to your partner day in and day out? The short answer to that is no. […]
Social anxiety makes it difficult for people to engage in everyday activities such as just going to work or heading to Starbucks to have a coffee with friends. These activities can be incredibly intense for someone with social anxiety. The fear of having a panic attack in public or being humiliated or embarrassed is so […]
Paleo Granola Recipe Why Paleo? Isn’t that some kind of fad diet? I was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis at the age of 9. The condition I have is an autoimmune condition where my body essentially attacks my thyroid. Moderate exercise, a low FODMAP diet, and the elimination of processed foods all contribute positively to the […]
Parenting can feel like an uphill battle. Without a handbook or parents that modeled positive parenting behaviors, there is no way we can know exactly what to do. Even though our parenting skills will never be perfect, we can still choose to take steps to ensure that we are providing our children with love, rules, […]
Nutrient-dense Nourishment for the Mind and Body These Meatloaf Muffins are paleo, keto, 21 day sugar fix and 21 day sugar detox friendly, and kid friendly! Saturdays with the Skeeters Strength crew are for basketball, movies, games, puzzles, and meals together. Do you ever get tired of the same old meal rotation? That is EXACTLY […]
I grew up loving food. I was well-fed by my Italian mother. She cooked delicious meals for us all of the time. We would have a protein, a starch, a vegetable, and a dessert. My favorite meal growing up was chicken cutlets, Velveeta Shells & Cheese, spinach, bread with butter, and brownies or anything cake-like […]
Having Joy & Being Happy: What is the difference? Do you ever find yourself stuck in traffic and tired of the same old playlist? Podcasts are a great way to switch things up, especially if you have a long commute. Recently, my family and I traveled out to the Mid-West to visit family. On the way […]
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