Embrace what you may think of as flaws, reframe them as badges of honor, and put yourself out there knowing those flaws are what makes you YOU.
There is finally a light at the end of a very long and dark tunnel. Here are some ideas to help you prepare for the possibilities ahead.
There is a whole continuum of feelings. Anxiety is on one end, and we can also explore other stops along that continuum.
It’s okay to be uncomfortable at times, especially these trying times. Just be sure to validate and share your feelings.
The idea that we should focus only on positive emotions while denying ourselves other emotions is toxic positivity.
Pre-COVID, we took on a lot of stress in the name of relaxation. Here are some ways to cope with today’s uncertainty.
Just sharing our feelings with someone else can be a pressure release valve.
This is a time of conflicting feelings for many of us. Let’s make health our priority.
The stress of chaotic national or global events can almost normalize emotional eating and make things more difficult for those with a history of disordered eating.
When people ask where I’m working, I joke and say I-4 because with a full schedule at three different locations, there’s a lot going on!