Feelings of overwhelm and compassion for Ukraine and Humanity are on our minds and felt in our hearts right now.
I have reached out to friends across the globe to offer a listening ear and to offer support and comfort to one another.
“I wonder how Paul and his clients are doing over in Washington D.C. right now?” This thought prompted me to reach out to Paul to ask him to do a special Sunday Show to help emotionally process the imminent and current world events.
Paul and I weigh in on the Pulse of Consciousness of Humanity and our vulnerabilities as a collective for safety, finances and personal mind and body health at this unimaginable time for our world.
Thank you Paul for our time today and this show to offer tips, tools and more:
Paul Sheesley, is a mental health practitioner with almost 20 years of experience in the field of clinical psychology and human behavior. He equips high-powered professionals, prominent couples, and families committed to healthy interpersonal relationships with personalized support, tailored treatment, and necessary steps to regain a balanced self that positively impacts all areas of life.
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