You Want To Go Fast, Go Alone. You Want To Go Far, Go Together.
Updated: Jan 12, 2021
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” ~African Proverb
2020 has been a memorable year for so many reasons, some of those good, and some, unimaginably difficult. There have been forces at work far beyond our understanding that have impacted all of us, collectively. How these circumstances have shaped us is yet to be determined: Although I am certain (or maybe hopeful) many of you are already embracing the promise of a new year, a clean slate, and a chance to build from the embers of a fire that once was into a flame unrivaled by anything we've experienced yet in our lives. One that forges us into our best selves, and one that remarks upon who we've always been inside.
As we make our obligatory, and one would argue, necessary new year's resolutions; let us not only look to what we have inside of us, but who we have surrounding us. As mental and behavioral health specialists, we understand the significance of our relationships. We as humans are social creatures and need connection, friendship, and intimacy, to not only survive, but to thrive. It is with the most careful consideration that we should be selective in who we surround ourselves with, and reserve company for those who seek out and cheer our successes as loudly as we applaud theirs.
We would like to welcome you and thank you for being a part of our new chapter. A chapter in which would not be possible without the extraordinary relationships in our own lives. We hope you continue to check in from time to time so we may share our journey along with the things we've learned, and will continue to learn about the human experience.
Wishing you all a new year filled with new hopes, dreams and goals, and the support of good people every step of the way.