A traumatic event is something no one is prepared to deal with. You may feel your mind and body are in a state of shock from the experience. You may have nightmares, feel jumpy, or find yourself re-playing the event in your mind. You may even feel disconnected from the world around you. What happened
Spirituality is something that has been important to me, as it has been a big part of my healing with anxiety.
Often people ask if mindfulness is spirituality, and the answer is: it depends on how you define it. For me, spirituality means living your life for something greater than your thoughts and feelings.
From current events to politics, there is no shortage of anxiety-inducing information in the world.
At times, it can feel like our senses are being bombarded with worrisome news. How much worry is too much? How can we cope?
This can certainly be more difficult for those who have lacked secure attachment in childhood or have experienced
After a long, cold winter, now is the perfect time for a rejuvenating spring cleaning. But don’t limit yourself to emptying your closets and scrubbing the kitchen. Your mind needs a good spring cleaning too.
I suggest you start by de-cluttering your mind and cleaning out your negative thinking patterns to boost your emotional
Experts will tell you that there are a variety of ways to deal with and heal from trauma.
There is no denying the accuracy of this statement – every person who has survived personal battles will find their own unique way to overcome trauma. That being said, there is one thing you simply can’t
Do you ever feel nagging self-doubt or insecurity that you know is irrational, yet can’t seem to turn off?
Often it is because we are still carrying around what I call a negative embodied belief that has inadvertently merged into our sense of self.
For example, John was a 48-year-old man who was frustrated by an inexplicable