Author: Audrey Miranda-Russelman
Resourceful Therapy, Attempt 2
Sorry I Can’t Join the School Musical Mr. Truong, I’m Failing Physics. My senior year, I attempted to juggle Latin-mass choir, on top of a Physics class… Read more “Resourceful Therapy, Attempt 2”
How I’m Going to Talk About Trauma
The major conflict here is that obviously someone, or more than one, or some situation, caused my trauma, and they probably don’t want to be in a… Read more “How I’m Going to Talk About Trauma”
Diagnosed as an Adult: ADHD in Women
Confronting a Shame I Didn’t Know I hadA few months ago, I started a job as a piano and voice teacher off of the recommendation from my… Read more “Diagnosed as an Adult: ADHD in Women”
Resourceful Therapy, Attempt 1 (explicit content, but funny!)
Before I was able to afford therapy (I barely am now), and before I even knew a quarter of what I know about mental health now, I desperately craved a place to explore my feelings. Whatever that would end up looking like.
Being a young, impressionable, lost, Latin-mass Catholic going theatre nerd, I had two options.
Here was the first.
Is anyone actually any good at this?
No, I guess- but I don’t think that’s the point. I think that for a very long time, I’ve been taught to distrust my gut. You might… Read more “Is anyone actually any good at this?”
If Your Relationships are in Turmoil- Use Attachment Theory
When I talk about trauma or explore my relationships these days, I also talk about the throughline of it all, called Attachment Theory. I urge you all… Read more “If Your Relationships are in Turmoil- Use Attachment Theory”