Dr. Krista Jordan's Blog

There is a saying that expectations are resentments waiting to happen. I have to say that personally every time I find myself sitting with a resentment it has boiled down to that. I had expected that a person would do something (or not do something) and they did not act as I had expected. ​ find myself feeling perturbed or sometimes downright angry about it. It’s that kind of self-righteous indignation that can feel so powerful and intoxicating. It has real lasting pow […]

I came to Anne Lamont late in life. Which is…

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Probiotics for Depression

By now you may have heard some of the buzz.…

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Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if…

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I get this question a lot. Usually framed as “you…

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Ever wish when you were staring down a big decision…

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Recently a therapist friend of mine forwarded me a link…

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I heard once that “acceptance is the answer to all…

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Recently a lovely friend of mine, Margaret Martin, gave me this…

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How Do We Learn Shame?

I have written about shame before but wanted to expand…

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This is, by far, the most accurate account of marriage…

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Occasionally I get requests from writers to post on my…

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