8 Signs Your Relationship is Ready for the Next Step

When I first met the man who would later become my husband, I was a mess.  I had just ended a long-term, serious relationship with my college sweetheart and my preferred attire could best be described as Gremlin-chic.  If you are envisioning messy buns, baggy sweatpants, with matching raccoon-esque eye bags, you would be exactlyContinue reading “8 Signs Your Relationship is Ready for the Next Step”

7 Surprising Reasons to Try Group Therapy

Are you a professional or potential client interested in finding out more about group therapy? Check out the Houston Group Psychotherapy Society (HGPS)! Group therapy is a type of psychological therapy that involves meeting with a group of people to share your experiences and learn from others. This type of therapy can be helpful forContinue reading “7 Surprising Reasons to Try Group Therapy”

Student Loan Forgiveness Resources and Facts

Financial health is mental health. Like many Americans, some of us here at The Feelings Healers have mountains (heck, whole ranges) of student loan debt. While for some this may be a matter of principles, morality, or even politics (whyyyyyyyy?) — we just want to cut through the static a bit. If all borrowers claimContinue reading “Student Loan Forgiveness Resources and Facts”

The Feelings Healers’ Statement on a Post-Roe v. Wade America

Yesterday, a ruling we knew was coming landed that will do even further damage to an already unjust, indecent, and fundamentally damaged system across the nation. Already, the United States — and especially Texas — runs counter to globally accepted expectations of reproductive rights. Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States gave states theContinue reading “The Feelings Healers’ Statement on a Post-Roe v. Wade America”

COVID-19 and School: A Parents’ Guide

Tax-free weekend, stealing those last beach days, lovingly organizing school supplies. For many, back-to-school has always been an exciting time, full of possibility and, yes, even a little nervous energy. But August has not looked quite the same these last two years, and parents, kids, and school personnel are weary. September has shaped up toContinue reading “COVID-19 and School: A Parents’ Guide”