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Calming Your Mind Through Catharsis
Catharsis is usually a moment of insight for us; after we have a good cry, or yell into a pillow, we become more in tune with out thoughts, feelings, and emotions. We begin to realize that so-and-so from work really got under our skin today, and we just needed to let it out!
Trying to Get Some Sleep, While Managing a Pandemic!
It's no secret that struggling with sleep, insomnia, and low energy in general can be a perfect mixture to decrease our moods, and increase our anxiety. During a pandemic, how we manage our schedules, and routines can greatly impact the quantity and quality of sleep we get.
Rampant Anxiety and COVID
Anxiety has been escalating, even for people that may not have dealt with anxiety in the past. Even though we may have begun to settle into new routines, we have begun to worry about when, and how our surroundings will re-open.
Lęk w obliczu pandemii
Znajdujemy się obecnie w trudnym do zrozumienia czasie pandemii. Zmuszeni do ograniczenia naszej aktywności i pozostania w izolacji społecznej zaczynamy czuć niepokoje związane z powstałym zagrożeniem . Zaczynamy myśleć o sobie i najbliższych, z którymi musieliśmy się odgrodzić
Crisis of uncertain times
Crisis is a threat. It can overbear person in the way that can lead to serious pathological behaviours including suicide/homicide. Crisis is also an opportunity because the psychological hurt that comes together with crisis urges one to search help. If a person finds help, such i
The Man Who Watered His Mud
“So let us not grow weary in doing what is right, for we will reap at harvest time, if we do not give up.” Galatians 6:9
Find the Courage To Take Responsibility
“No matter how many mistakes people make, they will either blame the rest of humankind, or feel that their situation is irrevocable. We very seldom find anyone who has come up against obstacles or taken a wrong turning, and stopped to consider where they went wrong.” Alfred Adler