Resources and Insights to Enhance Your Well-Being
Browse my blog for insights, tips, and action steps you can use to advance your healing, growth, and well-being.
Becoming Your Own Ally
Conceptualization – See the adult part of yourself, (your wiser self, or your higher Self) as a helper or mentor for the younger part of self that is feeling the anxiety.
Being truly generous is about giving graciously and receiving graciously. These two sides of generosity practice are inclusive of, and dependant on, each other.
Our mental health is strongly tied to many aspects of our being, one of the major ones being the way we perceive, interpret, and filter information. Much of this process is automatic, but fortunately, portions of it can be brought under conscious control.
People who feel depressed and/or anxious almost always have several factors in common that make their feelings more difficult to experience. The first, and probably the most important, is the matter of accepting themselves.
Boundaries are like invisible fences, and like all fences, they create a border that outlines and protects. In terms of interpersonal behaviour, they define the limits we have set that surround us emotionally, behaviorally, and physically.
To “Should” Or Not To “Should”
There are healthier and less healthy ways to use the word ‘should’. What do we mean when we use this word, and how does its use affect us?
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