Sol Flower Wellness


Wendy E. Crane, LMFT
200 Waymont Ct #126, Lake Mary, FL 32746
Tel: (407) 739-4267

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Overcome Loneliness Through a Deeper Relationship with Yourself

Overcome Loneliness Through a Deeper Relationship with Yourself

Posted by on Sep 17, 2015 in Blog, Divorce Recovery, Hypnotherapy, Yoga and Meditation | 0 comments

Take a look at the little girl in this picture. I’m sure its hard to resist smiling. Don’t you just automatically love her? Its so easy to see her as a precious, innocent, earnest and pure being. Now, for a moment, I would like for you to close your eyes and imagine that a child like her lives inside of you. Recognize that there exists within...

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Face Your Fears and Discover Your Courage

Face Your Fears and Discover Your Courage

Posted by on Sep 10, 2015 in Blog, Couples Counseling, Divorce Recovery, Yoga and Meditation | 1 comment

Recently, my younger brother who turns 40 this year, asked me to run a mud obstacle race with him. Many of you may have heard of the “Savage Race” among other ridiculously dirty and challenging obstacle courses where thousands of adults test their abilities, return to their youth for a brief moment, and push themselves through their limits. The...

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Practice the Radical Act of Self-Focus

Practice the Radical Act of Self-Focus

Posted by on Jul 4, 2015 in Blog, Couples Counseling, Divorce Recovery, Yoga and Meditation | 0 comments

This blog is for those of you in relationships as well as those of you currently enjoying the status of “single.” Focusing on yourself may seem counterintuitive, even radical, especially while in a relationship. Yet, by doing so, it frees others up to love you. Please do not read this to mean that I am encouraging you to be self-absorbed, but...

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Working Through Life’s Transitions: 5 Stages of Grief

Working Through Life’s Transitions: 5 Stages of Grief

Posted by on Jun 30, 2015 in Blog, Couples Counseling, Divorce Recovery, Hypnotherapy, Yoga and Meditation | 0 comments

A couple of weeks ago, my family lost a wonderful man. He served many roles in his life, and was always very kind and generous with me as he and I entered my former husband’s family at the same time, 20 years ago. For me, the most dear role that he played was that of my son’s grandfather. They had a very special relationship and...

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