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Self-Care Wheel. Do you care for yourself in all 6 areas of your life? (You didn't know there were 6 important areas to take care of, did you?) This helpful wheel labels each one and describes how to care for yourself from each domain. Life a balanced and healthy life!

Self-Care Wheel. Do you care for yourself in all 6 areas of your life? This helpful wheel labels each one and describes how to care for yourself from each domain. Live a balanced and healthy life!

grief survival kit

Assisting the bereaved as they journey towards improved health and renewed sense of worth in the wake of loss.

We modified the DBT House* activity to include a grief component. This activity is a great way to allow a client the opportunity to explore his/her grief journey in the context of other areas in h… More

modified DBT House* activity to include a grief component. This activity is a great way to allow a client the opportunity to explore his/her grief journey in the context of other areas in h…

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Grief Sentence Completion - worksheet to help children address their thoughts in order to aid them through their grief

Based in Jacksonville, FL, United States, Brandon Kidwell studied English/Philosophy and worked in Corporate Finance with an artistic outlet of beautiful double exposure photography.

This example of double exposure from Brandon Kidwell I find extremely intriguing with the photos of faces and the hand being over layed with the photographs depicting memory like composition

The reflection and shape of the bridge is incredible, and the way it frames the tree line is really cool - photographer unknown

The water reflection in this picture is what truly makes this photo appealing. The design of the bridge allows the reflection to create a complete oval, balancing the photo.

Cody William Smith, A Moment’s Reflection, shows the varying landscapes in the world, through use of mirrors, and their main thing in common is how all land is shaped by the elements.

Collage idea - Cody William Smith, A Moment’s Reflection, shows the varying landscapes in the world, through use of mirrors, and their main thing in common is how all land is shaped by the elements.

This reminds me how some things can seem much larger than they really are.

"This is what I am going for with my design; the idea of light casting shadows of a beautiful pattern" This photo is just brilliant.

Wild #Flowers http://www.kidsdinge.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/kidsdingecom-Origineel-speelgoed-hebbedingen-voor-hippe-kids/160122710686387?sk=wall http://instagram.com/kidsdinge

Angle of View- I chose this image because the angle that it's taken at is from underneath the flower rather then just taking a picture from above like most pictures. Not only does this use a different angle, but it also uses the Rule of Thirds.

Beneath the social mask we wear every day, we have a hidden shadow side: an impulsive, wounded, sad, or isolated part that we generally try to ignore. The Shadow can be a source of emotional richness and vitality, and acknowledging it can be a pathway to healing and an authentic life. We meet our darkness and we learn to use its powerful energies in productive ways. -Connie Zwieg, PhD., Steve Wolf, PhD.

"double exposure - human nature" graphic design & photography by Simon Hart