Around this time of year it’s 100% necessary that you clearly define and maintain your limits. In other words, you make it clear to yourself and those around you what you will and will not allow into your mental and physical space. Because if you don’t, your mind and body will tell you so. The season will feel pointless, balance will seem non existent, and anxiety will be at an all time high.
If this sounds like you or someone you know well, here’s an idea that may help...
In a seemingly ever rushing, mindful-less culture that consumes so much of your time and energy, and places an ongoing pressure on you to be great-ER than you are- its easy to get trapped in the cycle of anxiety and difficult to foster internal peace.
Understanding anxiety, seeing it not as a label but as separate from you, and developing habits the foster peace are essential to conquering calmness and living your best life. This article was created to help you do just that through answering 4 common questions about anxiety and to help you rise above it.
For so many years, you’ve been taught to hold it in and that therapy is a for a certain group of people. If you get therapy, your nuts. If you get therapy, you’re weak. If you get therapy, you’ve lost control. If you get therapy, you weren’t held enough as a child… and the myths go on.
But now, life is happening. Really happening. Mental wellness is on the rise and this therapy thing seems as though it's a considerable idea. So you begin to wonder... maybe it is for me. Maybe it isn’t.
Let’s face it… it’s inevitable. There is no escaping it. Conflict can show up nearly everywhere and without warning. Life is much easier and home feels more secure when you know how to resolve it in a way that doesn't end up in ongoing tension and leaves you both feeling stuck.
Some disagreements may seem trivial but too many of them resolved uneffectively can definitely have a BIG impact and disrupt your vibe.
Apply these 5 steps and make a conscious decision to handle conflict in your space with genuineness, skill and love.
Hey! So, I’d like to briefly answer a question that I get quite often from dating and committed couples…
“Should we go to counseling even if we are not married?”
Well, I'm here to tell you that it definitely has its GAINS and a variety of BENEFITS! For some reason many of us programmed to believe that couples counseling is only beneficial for married, seasonedcouples and that’s definitely not true.