Curiosity is truly a great thing. It is the perfect antidote to boredom. Look around you and there are things you can be curious about. If you see something that you want to know more about – great! Grab your computer or phone and research it.
We are taught as a child that life is not always fair, that things will not always go our way. However, as we grow into adulthood, it is easy to turn unfair situations into a time of self-pity, or even depression. Thankfully, there is an easy concept to avoid going down this path. Self-Compassion.
What is your first memory have shame? Perhaps it is from childhood after being placed in your first time-out. Or maybe you remember it more clearly in your teenage years. Whatever it may be, shame is a feeling we all struggle with and it is essential that we learn about overcoming shame and the steps to take to recover from it.
We know that loneliness depletes the immune system and is not beneficial to our long-term mental health. The simple way to combat loneliness is with kindness that connects us to our self and to others in a beneficial way.
A good way to bring balance and peace to your life is to do daily mindfulness exercises. If you are not familiar with this, take a look at a three-step summary of the mindfulness exercises that can change your life.
We all experience trauma to some degree or another in our lives. But, why do some people experience profound effects on their emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing? This can lead to symptoms of anxiety, depression, anger, addiction and chronic pain. To recover from trauma, we need to understand the triune brain.
Spring is almost here. Very soon, the gardens will wake up and those buds that have been waiting all winter long will feel the energy from the sun and begin to bloom. We will see and smell beautiful flowers everywhere. It’s such a happy and joyful time.