A is an extreme and recurrent anxiety response. Phobia sufferers often don’t believe that anything can help them, there are proven Brief Therapy techniques for dealing effectively with a phobia. This means finding a practitioner who has had the appropriate training, and the purpose of this post is to point you in the right direction.
Writing morning pages is great for calming anxieties, producing insights and resolving dilemmas. Use it to clarify and prioritise the coming day.
People will often try to deny or avoid grief, and even when they don't, many are surprised by how long the process can last, even when you think it's over. Left to our own devices, we naturally respond to loss by healing ourselves. Trying to mend something or hasten the process simply do the opposite.
Keeping a journal can be a huge contributor to your growth and development. It is also a great aid to mental wellbeing, and personal development. If you are studying, it is an essential aid and learning about yourself as well as reviewing the content of your classes. This is why I recommend that you write each day in your journal.
The inner life. We are very conscious about physical functioning and fitness, but terribly neglectful of psychological functioning and fitness.
Contact with Nature creates opportunities for people to engage more purposefully with their lives, so they are able to care more for others and their surroundings. This isn't just a 'nice to have', it is vital to cope with rising demand.
Deciding to talk about a problem can be scary... Then there's the problem of actually choosing a counsellor, where do you start? Here's some help.
Rebuilding trust with someone you've hurt can take time. When trust is lost, it can be hard to get back to how things were. It is possible. but it requires acceptance and sincerity on both sides.
If you've recently been through a break-up and the emotional pain is still raw, you don't want to hear the it-makes-you-stronger-and-wiser argument right now.
Resisting change is not only a waste of time, it also makes it harder to deal with. Following advice from other people is probably not the right way to go either (you can still read this though). Change can be difficult, but it needn't be as big a problem as we often make it.