Dr. Winters discuses Quarantine Fatigue on Houston Matters

Dr. Winters was interviewed about Quarantine Fatigue on Houston Matters Radio show (Houston Public Media 88.7 FM) on April 28, 2020. You can listen here (Dr. Winters interview starts at 4:24), or read the transcript of the interview below. Link to Houston Matters- April 28, 2020 Transcript Craig Cohen: Health officials continue to warn we […]

Every Crisis is Existential

Are you overwhelmed? I certainly have been for the past few weeks. Though I am seeing my clients (by teleconference), my energy when not counseling clients has lagged, and my focus has been “off.” I have watched a lot of you-tube videos about how to sew a face mask (and I do not sew), and […]

Rough Roads May Exist

“Rough roads may exist.” I had never seen this sign until recently. The most poetic road sign I have ever seen, it also comes with a concise philosophical warning. I want to hang this sign in my office (and in my consciousness!) Why do we need a reminder that the path in front of us […]

A Winters’ Christmas

Christmas comfort, to me, is in our family traditions. The old Victorian house which was my mother’s home for 56 years – has 12 foot high ceilings and a large mantle over the fireplace. Each year (for at least the past 55 years) a Nativity Scene was displayed on the mantle and a cedar Christmas […]

The most difficult decision…

When you face a difficult decision – one that permanently changes your life and impacts many people, you need clarity and confidence. Perhaps the most difficult decision that many people will ever face is whether to stay in a marriage that is not working for them or to divorce. Since divorce is such an important […]