Making friends as an adult can seem like a daunting task, but there are strategies you can use to help make those connections happen!
While there may be times when you feel more like a junk yard treasure than a masterpiece, you are always a work of art.
When you feel that you cannot do just the next thing anymore, then I want to to envision the future that awaits you at the end of this survival phase.
By understanding the difference between facts, thoughts, and feelings, you can develop a more helpful and accurate perspective on your situation. This can help you move forward with greater resilience and self-awareness.
Are you spending time in ways that will help you grow and get through your grief journey or are you spending time in ways that will keep you stuck?
I know that in the life you’ve been given at the moment it may feel like a bomb went off, and you may wonder why even bother?
In our grieving process, there is a before, and after, and the mess in the middle. There is a period of darkness, and eventually there is light.
Do you struggle with managing our mental health in your life after loss? The research is solid: spending time in nature is an excellent way to boost your mood!
You and I are meant to be like a dynamic body of water; moving, alive, full of potential.
I’m sure you’ve heard a lot about acceptance as part of the grief process; it’s one of the stages of grief. Did you know that there is something beyond acceptance? It’s called radical acceptance, and learning to practice radical acceptance will transform your grief experience for the better. Promise! Acceptance is the act of acknowledging…