In this video, assistant Martine Emmons interviews Mirel Goldstein of Goldstein Therapy about some of the changes clients are struggling with during the Covid-19 pandemic; in particular regarding the anxiety people are feeling about change. (Yes, we are all dealing with change!)
Anxiety, relationship struggles, and introspection are some common denominators of what Mirel Goldstein is seeing in her practice as people find themselves spending more time with their family members and more time with themselves.
Mirel Goldstein also discusses forgiveness, letting go, and some thoughts about parenting in this video interview.
Hope you enjoy watching!
P.S. You may also want to hear my tips for living with someone abusive during Covid-19
Thank you for taking the time to do this. Very much appreciated!!!!
You ladies talked about many important topics. But what am realizing is the all we need is health, family and a bit food.
From talking to people and listening to the news I have noticed the we society can’t accept restrictions And now (God ,life or Mother Nature) Has decided to put us on time out.
Here in America all we’ve heard this past years is about how great the economy is and in a matter of days is gone. So I don’t know what to make of all this, the big picture like you said Mirel? What could it be?
I don’t know the big picture, only God knows that, but certainly we are all given a chance to reevaluate our priorities and make some major shifts in our lifestyles…and perhaps the collapse of the economy can bring out the best in people as we all work through this together and share our resources
Love what you said about parents being real with their struggles, borne from love, that they go through in their parenting. It’s so real and also encouraging while I’m going through struggles with my kids. Thanks!