Wellness could be described as a state of comfort, internal and external. Creating an absence of factors that over stress (because we know that some 'stress' is necessary to make us do stuff) has to be a real consideration for anyone who is aware that they are suffering from too much stress. Start simple, Start from the ...
So much stress is driven by what we are doing and what we think we are going to do, that it takes practice to NOT get our mind galloping out of control What not to do to gain relief from stress is just as valuable as what to do. Read on for some brilliant ideas…
Living a life that’s right for you is a joy. Anything else can be a misery. Use guided meditation and imagery to see your path and stay on course.
When the bills fly in, panic and fear can get out of hand. Here is a short video showing you what to do to stay calm and clear. An affirmation that will get your head clearer and your anxiety lower.
Learning to Dance in the Rain
Stress is sometimes caused by our need to completely ‘know’ why something is the way it is. Much contemporary thinking encourages us to think that if we ‘know’ all the facts, we can fix things. But sometimes, we can’t know everything and even if we did, we can’t go back in time and fix things. This article examines how we can give ourselves a bit more breathings space by remembering it’s OK not to know sometimes, and instead, just do the ‘work’ that is necessary, to help and heal.
Relaxation techniques can be very simple. In fact, the simpler the better. Using what you already have is a valuable resource and this article shows you a wonderful way to do just that.
Stress management is sometimes so simple that we overlook the very things we can do in the moment to help ourselves. This article explores some simple stress management methods.
So what do you do with worries? Ignore them? Argue with them? Or just learn from them and choose new ones? This article discusses simple ways you can do just that.
The inevitable destination of worry is despair. Make course corrections by adjusting your thoughts and feelings, without collapsing into fear or denial.