Archive for September, 2013

Therapy for a therapist

September 20th, 2013

Empathy Therapy is a psychiatrist in Sacramento who offers therapy services.

I’ve been a practicing therapist for 20 years, and even I see a therapist! I think it’s healthy for everyone! As you can imagine, I’m pretty picky when it comes to choosing a therapist. That’s why I went with Empathy Therapy. Dr. Chofla respects me as a patient and client as well as another mental health professional. I feel at home and comfortable at his facility.

Empathy Therapy is a great example of a great therapy clinic. In fact, it’s a lot like mine, which is why I initially liked it so much. But it’s also just a great place with great therapists and professionals. I love their office too– I always leave feeling better and less anxious, which is kind of the point, really.

I am happy that I finally found Empathy Therapy and that I can get the help I need so that I can help others. It really makes a huge difference in how I view other people and just my general behavior has changed too. I actually look forward to my sessions because it means that someone is listening to me instead of visa versa!

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A New Home and a New Life!

September 12th, 2013

Ever since I got married ten years ago, it’s always been a dream of ours to build a house of our own. After saving and scrimping for over ten years, our dream was finally a reality. My husband is an architect and a contractor, so he was able to do a lot of the work, but he left the windows to the professionals at D&D Windows.

My husband said that the only things he refuses to work with are glass and tile. I’m not sure why, but I think that maybe he had an incident a while back involving those two things. Either way, I didn’t mid because I knew D & D Windows was a great company that would make sure our windows, and by extension, our home would look great.

I was really challenged with the house because we had saved and waited so long, it was hard to believe we were about to put the finishing touches on it. Even though I’m not an architect or a contractor, my husband still made sure I was very much a part of the process of building our home. I got to select many of the vendors we chose and I also got to chose the colors and materials for most of the house with my husband. I am lucky that we have similar tastes, and when we don’t, we’ve learned how to compromise.

 

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