Billie Wade’s Blog Page

The Center is pleased to share reflections on the counseling process by guest writer, Billie Wade.

Billie Wade, writer

Billie Wade is a gregarious introvert whose primary interests are writing, lifelong learning, personal development, and how we all are affected by life’s vagaries. Issues facing black people, women, the LGBTQ community, and aging adults are of particular concern to her. She enjoys open-hearted dialogue with diverse people. The opinions expressed here are her own.

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Billie’s Blog Posts

Self-Awareness: Your Key to a Conscious Life – February 2020

How Surrender Can Help You Heal – January 2020

Reflection, Introspection, and Moving On – December 2019

2019 Holiday Survival Guide – November 2019

The Opportunity of Loneliness – October 2019

Learning and Mental Disorders – An Experience – September 2019

When Forgiveness is Hard – August 2019

Men and Mental Health – June 2019

African Americans and Mental Health – May 2019

Women Helping Women – April 2019

Express Yourself – March 2019

Both / And…Dwelling in Possibility – February 2019

The Miracle of The Center – January 2019

Wish List for Hope and Healing – December 2018

23 Tips to Get Through the Holidays – November 2018

Got Gratitude?  – October 2018

Hope and Healing for Children and Adolescents through C.O.O.L. – September 2018

Fascination for the Unseen – August 2018

A Reflection on Choices – July 2018

Women Helping Women – A Tradition of Hope and Healing – May 2018

The Healing Benefits of Journaling – February 2018

What is Calling You in 2018? – January 2018

23 Tips to Get Through the Holidays – November 2017

Let’s Talk About Grief – September 2017

The Gift of Counseling – July 2017

Stories of Hope and Healing – March 2013