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We’re Back!

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Squee! It’s a baby wallaby, courtesy of Matt Inman’s petting zoo rental on NYE. So over-the-top adorable!

And…. we’re back!

If you’re a first time visitor, welcome! And Happy New Year!

Returning visitors: did you miss us? We had some technical difficulties at the end of December involving the company where our domain is registered. They were able to fix the problem, just not in my timing <insert Imei’s impatient foot tapping here>.

Very soon, we will have the January 2015 blog post for the month up. In the meantime, here’s me (Imei) holding a baby wallaby. So cute! A friend in the community, Matt Inman (The Oatmeal) invited people over to his home to check out and enjoy the petting zoo he rented for a couple of hours on NYE. I can think of few better ways to ring in the New Year than cooing over cute, fuzzy baby animals, like chinchillas, guinea pigs, fuzzy bunnies, and a wallaby.

We have a few services we’re introducing to Seattle Direct Counseling this year, so please check back at least monthly to hear the latest. We’re here to help you design a terrific pathway to discovering your most satisfying life through understanding your past to make a better future.

By Imei Hsu

Imei Hsu is a mental health counselor, active retired RN, writer, triathlete and arts promoter in the Seattle area and through online services. With 29+ years in healthcare (20+ years in mental health), Imei has a commitment to helping people discover insight into their health, relationships, and connecting. She is the owner of Seattle Direct Counseling and the blog, a presenter and speaker on a variety of psychological topics, and a positive force on the Internet. She is launched her personal project, My Allergy Advocate, in 2018. Imei is two-time Ironman Finisher (Mont-Tremblant 2016, Ironman Canada 2018), and is currently training for her third Ironman in August 2020; she also finished her first ultramarathon in 2017 and has gone on to race the 100K distance while preparing for two separate 100 Mile trail races in 2020. You can find her running everywhere and eating all the thingz, watching movies, and cooking real food.

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